Thursday, April 17, 2014
  Rules for Reinstating NHA license lapsed within past 5 years 

6400.6750 LICENSE REINSTATEMENT.

A nursing home administrator previously licensed in this state whose license has lapsed may apply under items A to C for reinstatement of a license within five years of the date the individual was last licensed. If an individual's license has been revoked or if the individual has not been licensed for five years or more, the license cannot be reinstated but the former licensee may apply for relicensure under the requirements in part 6400.6000. 
A. If a license has been lapsed in Minnesota for less than two years prior to the date of the application for reinstatement, the board must reinstate the license if the former licensee has not had disciplinary action against a license in Minnesota or another jurisdiction during the time the Minnesota license was lapsed and the former licensee: 
(1) files with the board a completed application for reinstatement;
(2) provides evidence of having completed the continuing education requirements under part 6400.6800, subpart 2, for each of the years the license has lapsed; and
(3) pays the license renewal and late fees in part 6400.6970 for each of the years the license has lapsed. 
B. If a license has been lapsed in Minnesota for more than two years but less than five years prior to the date of the application for reinstatement and the former licensee has been continuously licensed as a nursing home administrator in one or more other jurisdictions since the date the license lapsed in Minnesota, the board must reinstate the license if the former licensee has not had disciplinary action against a license in Minnesota or another jurisdiction during the time the Minnesota license was lapsed and the former licensee:
(1) files with the board a completed application for reinstatement;
(2) provides evidence of having completed the continuing education requirements under part 6400.6800, subpart 2, for each of the years the license has lapsed;
(3) pays the license renewal and late fees specified in part 6400.6970 for each of the years the license has lapsed; and
(4) successfully completes the state examination.
C. If a license has been lapsed in Minnesota for more than two years but less than five years prior to the date of the application for reinstatement and the former licensee has not been continuously licensed in one or more jurisdictions since the date the license lapsed in Minnesota, the board must reinstate the license if the former licensee has not had disciplinary action against a license in Minnesota or another jurisdiction during the time the Minnesota license was lapsed and the former licensee:
(1) files with the board a completed application for reinstatement;
(2) provides evidence of having completed the continuing education requirements under part 6400.6800, subpart 2, for each of the years the license has lapsed;
(3) pays the license renewal and late fees specified in part 6400.6970 for each of the years the license has lapsed;
(4) successfully completes the state examination; and
(5) successfully completes the NAB examination.

6400.6970 FEES.

Subpart 1. Payment types and nonrefundability. The fees imposed in this part shall be paid by cash, personal check, bank draft, cashier's check, or money order made payable to the Board of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators. All fees are nonrefundable.
Subp. 2. Amounts. The amount of fees may be set by the board with the approval of the Department of Finance up to the limits provided in this part depending upon the total amount required to sustain board operations under Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.1285, subdivision 2. Information about fees in effect at any time is available from the board office.

   

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