1. Any licensee
who holds a current license and who is not practicing as a Long-Term Care
Facility Administrators may request the Board to place that license into an
"inactive status" upon written application to the Board and payment of a
non-refundable inactive status application fee. See fee schedule. The Board, in
its sole discretion, may grant or deny the request for inactive status. Any
licensee whose license is on inactive status may not engage in the practice of
Long-Term Care Facility Administration.
In order to reactivate an inactive
license, submit the appropriate application, forms, and fee to the Board.
(a) If a license is inactive for twelve (12)
months or less, but no more than twenty-four months (24), the applicant must
submit forty (40) hours of Continuing Education "CE" obtained since the Board's
last renewal period.
(b) If a
license is inactive for twenty-four (24) months, but not more than thirty-six
(36) months, eighty (80) hours of CE obtained since the Board's last renewal
period must be submitted to the Board.
(c) If the license has been inactive more
than thirty-six (36) months, the applicant must meet current requirements and
either submit eighty (80) hours of CE since the Board's last renewal period, OR
take and pass the national exam.
(d) If the inactive license holds an active
license from the Georgia Board's approved state's list and has been employed
for one year as a Long-Term Care Facility Administrators prior to the date of
the application, then the applicant must submit an application, fee, and
verification of an active, current license from the state or jurisdiction in
which the license is held.
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 295-15-.02
Original Rule entitled "Georgia State Board of Nursing Home
Administrators." F. May 6, 2022; eff.
May 26, 2022.
Amended: New title, "Long-Term Care Facility
Administrators." F. Aug. 24, 2022; eff.