Minimum Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree in public health administration or health administration; Bachelor of Science degree or higher in Health Care Management or Gerontology;
OR Associates degree in health care related field with 2 years experience in supervision or administration in a nursing home or hospital;
Passage of National and State exams. Fees vary each licensing period. Reciprocity is available if applicant is in good standing in another state and has practiced in 3 of the past 5 years.
OR evidence that the applicant has demonstrated competency as a nursing home administrator by submitting proof of having successfully completed one ore more of the following:
- Practice under a probationary or otherwise restirceted license for a speciified period of time
- Successful completion of courses approved by the Board
- Any other professional standard or measure of continued competency as determined by the Board, including successful completion of th estate and/or national examination
Experience in administration shall not include housekeeping, laundry, food service, activities, social services, medical records, bookkeeping, or clerical responsiblities