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Renewal After June 30th


The opportunity to renew online has ended. To renew with a late fee, or if you intend on not renewing this year, please:

Please click the following link if you or your employer would like to VERIFY YOUR CREDENTIALS .


Licensees must earn 20 hours of continuing education annually, May 1-April 30.  Later CE sessions are accepted, but you cannot use a course for renewal next year if you use it this year. If this is your first renewal, see the CE instruction chart .


Applications submitted later than June 30 must be mailed and are subject to the renewal fee, OET surcharge, and a late fee of $50. For renewals after June 30, please   print the renewal form  , complete all fields, and submit the form, copies of all CE certificates, and a check for the proper fee ($270) to the Board office. If renewal is not achieved prior to the October Board meeting, you must contact the office for a reinstatement form.

 

 

 

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Newsletter: 2014 Renewal Edition   |   Additional Articles

CE Instructions  |  Renewal Instructions  |   Paper Renewal Form  |  Non-Renewal Form

Frequently Asked Questions About CEUs  |  Search for My License Number



Important Exam Announcement

The state exam originally scheduled for September 11, 2014 will be held on September 18, 2014 .  Individuals interested in sitting for the exam on September 18th must have a current application on file with the Board office.  

Please contact the Board office with questions or to request an application.


NAB and RC/AL Exam Fee Increase to Take Effect on September 15th

At the June 2014 National Meeting, the NAB Board of Governors approved an increase in the examination fees for the Nursing Home Administrator and Residential Care/Assisted Living Administrator exams.  The proposed increase will take effect on September 15, 2014. The NHA Exam will increase from the current $350 to $375, and the RCAL exam will increase from $300 to $325.  For more information, please visit www.nabweb.org. 


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The mission of the Board of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators is to promote the public's interest in quality care and effective services for residents of nursing facilities by ensuring that licensed administrators are qualified to perform their administrative duties.


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