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No, there is no certification process or licensure process to own an IV hydration business
Depending on the state you are in and your status. If you are a nurse practitioner in a full practice authority state you will likely not need a medical director. If you are a nurse in any state you will absolutely need a medical director. We can guarantee that we can find you a medical director in your business with our partners in all 50 states.
Yes, absolutely! IV hydration is a wonderful complement to med spa, primary care clinics, health and wellness, concierge nursing businesses or as a stand alone business.
In most states an LPN/LVN would be able to own an IV Hydration business. You will need to read your state regulations around your license. A notable state that regulates IV Hydration clinics is California, so please review their laws. We are not lawyers and cannot give you a definitive answer.
Kimble Walters, RN is the CEO and owner of Elite Concierge Nurses and IVHydrationNation.com. Helping other nurses achieve their goals is a top priority for Kimble because of the support she received throughout her career in the NursePreneurs community.
She understands the specific challenges nurses in business face—how busy they are and how much they want to invest in solid opportunities instead of chasing down shiny objects. That’s why Kimble created a no-nonsense program that is focused on getting it done and doing it while working a part-time or eevn full-time job.
As an owner of IV Hydration and Elite Concierge Nurses, Kimble leverages the expertise of her own practice and the network she has built to help new nurse IV Hydration business owners attract more clients—fast.
By taking advantage of her knowledge, experience, and industry insights, you’ll find that starting your own IV Hydration business is not only possible, but also more rewarding than you ever imagined.