Long-Term Care Administration and Management by Darlene Yee-Melichar download in iPad, ePub, pdf
Nursing home administrators need to pass a state exam for licensure in order to work in the United States.
Once licensed, most care administrators must earn continuing education credits annually to maintain their license. Some states require that administrators of assisted living facilities be licensed as well. Certification Information for Long Term Care Administrators Certification for long term care administrators is voluntary.
To maintain certification, administrators must complete continuing education units every five years. Some states also use a state examination. Licensure requirements vary by the state, so it is important to check with the local licensing board to determine state-specific requirements. Resources for Long-Term Care Administrators. All states require long-term care administrators to complete continuing education to keep their state license current.
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