The New Hampshire Board of Nursing (BON) is responsible for the entire Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA) process, beginning with approving program curriculum to maintaining the New Hampshire Nursing Assistant Registry. New Hampshire is one of the few states requiring mandatory licensing of nursing assistants. The LNA is the equivalent of the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in other states. The LNA can add certification as a Medication Nursing Assistant (MNA) by completing a state-approved Medication Administration Program and meeting all other eligibility criteria. The following sections give an overview of the process for becoming a Licensed Nursing Assistant in New Hampshire. Read more