2016 Nurse Practitioners by County (14,191) - September
2015 Nurse Practitioners by County (12,421) - September
2014 Nurse Practitioners by County (10,936) - September
2013 Nurse Practitioners by County (9,821) - September
2012 Nurse Practitioners by County (8,838) - September
2011 Nurse Practitioners by County (8,036) - September
2010 Nurse Practitioners by County (7,299) - September
2009 Nurse Practitioners by County (6,773) - September
2008 Nurse Practitioners by County (6,304) - September
2007 Nurse Practitioners by County (5,798) - September
The parenthetical numbers on this page represent the number of APRNs licensed and practicing in Texas for whom geographic data were available. Inactive or retired licensed professionals were excluded. APRNs were classified as active if the BON licensure renewal file indicated that their license status was “Current,” “Current (Notified for Renewal),” or “Current (Processing Renewal).” Nurses with active licenses may or may not be employed in nursing. APRNs were classified as working in nursing if they indicated that their employment status was “Employed in Nursing Full Time” or “Employed in Nursing Part Time.” APRNs were classified as working in Texas if they indicated that their primary practice state (or mailing address state if practice address was not available) was Texas. Some APRNs certified in Texas may not hold a Texas RN license and thus geographic data were not available for these nurses. Beginning with 2014 data, counts of such nurses are provided in the last row of the linked supply table.Data from years prior to 2007 may be available. Please contact TCNWS for more information.
Licensing Board and Data Source
Board of Nursing (BON) - The BON adopts rules to regulate persons wishing to practice as Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) in Texas.
Information regarding the education requirements, licensure requirements, and responsibilities of Registered Nurses and APRNs can be found on the website of the Board of Nursing.