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65-3505. Renewal of license; application, fee and evidence; reinstatement of license, fee; reciprocal relations with other states. (a) Every individual who holds a valid license as an administrator issued by the board shall apply to the board for renewal of such license in accordance with rules and regulations adopted by the board and report any facts requested by the board on forms provided for such purpose.

(b) Upon making an application for a renewal of license, such individual shall pay a renewal fee to be fixed by rules and regulations and shall submit evidence satisfactory to the board that during the period immediately preceding application for renewal the applicant has attended a program or course of study as provided by the rules and regulations of the board. Any individual who submits an application for a renewal of license within 30 days after the date of expiration shall also pay a late renewal fee fixed by rules and regulations. Any individual who submits an application for a renewal of license after the thirty-day period following the date of expiration shall be considered as having a license that has lapsed for failure to renew and shall be reissued a license only after the individual has been reinstated under subsection (d).

(c) Upon receipt of such application for renewal of license, the renewal fee and the evidence required, the board shall issue a license to such administrator.

(d) An administrator who has been duly licensed in this state, whose license has not been revoked or suspended, and whose license has expired because of temporary abandonment of the practice of nursing home administration, or has moved from the state, or for such other reason, may be licensed within the state upon complying with the provisions of this section for renewal of license, filing with the board an application, and submission of a renewal fee and reinstatement fee fixed by rules and regulations.

(e) The board may grant a license to any person who, at the time of application, is licensed as an adult care home administrator in another jurisdiction if the board determines:

(1) That the requirements of such jurisdiction for such licensure are substantially the equivalent of the requirements of this state; or that the applicant demonstrates on forms provided by the board continuous licensure as an adult care home administrator during the five years immediately preceding the application with at least the minimum professional experience during that time as established by rules and regulations of the board;

(2) that the candidate has not had disciplinary actions of a serious nature brought by a licensing board or agency; and

(3) that the applicant for a license under this subsection pays a reciprocity application fee and a reciprocity license fee established by the board by rules and regulations, neither of which shall exceed $200.

(f) The expiration date of each license issued or renewed shall be established by rules and regulations of the board. Subject to the provisions of this subsection each license shall be renewable on a biennial basis upon the filing of a renewal application prior to the expiration date of the license and upon payment of the renewal fee established pursuant to rules and regulations of the board. To provide for a system of biennial renewal of licenses the board may provide by rules and regulations that licenses issued or renewed for the first time after the effective date of this act may expire less than two years from the date of issuance or renewal. In each case in which a license is issued or renewed for a period of time less than two years, the board shall prorate to the nearest whole month the license or renewal fee established pursuant to rules and regulations. No proration shall be made under this subsection (f) on delinquent license renewals or on temporary licenses.

History: L. 1970, ch. 265, § 5; L. 1975, ch. 328, § 6; L. 1978, ch. 255, § 3; L. 1981, ch. 252, § 2; L. 1993, ch. 64, § 4; L. 2007, ch. 177, § 26; May 17.

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