49 Pa. Code § 39.11b - Continued competence

A nursing home administrator applying to reactivate a license that has been expired or inactive for 5 years or longer shall demonstrate continued competence by doing one of the following:

(1) Passing the licensure examinations approved by the Board.
(2) Successfully recompleting 120 clock hours in a program of study approved by the Board as prescribed in § 39.14 (relating to approval of programs of study).
(3) Providing written documentation to the Board evidencing that the licensee has practiced nursing home administration in another jurisdiction for at least 2 years within the last 5 years under a current license in that jurisdiction. The licensee may be required to appear personally before the Board to demonstrate that practice.
(4) Providing written documentation to the Board that the licensee has been employed in a nursing home in a supervisory or consultant capacity for at least 3 years within the last 5 years. The licensee may be required to appear personally before the Board to demonstrate that practice.
(5) Providing written documentation to the Board that the licensee has been teaching long-term care subject matter for a continuing educational provider approved by the Board to offer the 120-hour program or an accredited college or university for at least 3 years within the last 5 years. The licensee may be required to appear personally before the Board to discuss the scope of the education provided during the time the license has been expired or inactive.

Notes

49 Pa. Code § 39.11b
The provisions of this § 39.11b added May 20, 2022, effective 5/21/2022, 52 Pa.B. 2963.

The provisions of this § 39.11b added under sections 4(a)(9) and (c) and 9(b) and (e) of the Nursing Home Administrators License Act (63 P.S. §§ 1104(a)(9) and (c) and 1109(b) and (e)).

This section cited in 49 Pa. Code § 39.11a (relating to reactivation).

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