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Continuing Education and Audit Information

How to Request Continuing Education (CE) Approval To submit a request for a CE course approval, you must use the DELPROS online portal for Service Requests. Go to the Service Request webpage and follow the instructions on how to submit the Service Request. It is important to have all of your course documentation available as […]

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Board Members

Lois Rogers, N.H.A., President Gwendolyn Benton, Healthcare Member, Vice President Elizabeth Allione, Public Member Denise Davis, Public Member Cecelia Jones, Public Member Georgia Lane, Healthcare Member Howard Payne, Jr., N.H.A. E. Ray Quillen, N.H.A Jenifer Vaughn, Public Member

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become approved for the Administrator-In-Training (AIT) program? Does my compact Registered Nurse (RN) license make me eligible for a 12-month AIT program? How do I become approved to sit for the exam? How is a Temporary Nursing Home Administrator (NHA) approved? How do I notify the Board of a change of address? […]

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Preceptor and AIT Responsibilities

Preceptor Responsibilities The experience that an Administrator-In-Training (AIT) gains during the Board-approved AIT program should immerse the AIT in the practice of nursing home administration and operations on a day-to-day basis. The role as a preceptor is vital to the success of the AIT program and to the training of potential Nursing Home Administrators in […]

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Fee Schedule

Fees for License Applications Application fees and other miscellaneous fees for this profession are listed below. All fees are now securely processed in DELPROS (Delaware Professional Regulation Online Services). DELPROS has a shopping cart concept, which conveniently allows you to pay for your applications and services at one time or individually with a credit or […]

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Nursing Home Administrator Licensure

When to Apply You may apply by Administrator-in-Training (AIT) or Reciprocity. The requirements sections below explain what documents you need to submit if applying by either AIT or Reciprocity. The DELPROS online portal will help you determine the correct application based on your answers to a few easy questions. Information on How to Apply for […]

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License Renewal

Information About Renewals Nursing Home Administrator licenses expire on July 31 of odd years (e.g., 2019, 2021). A few months before the expiration date of your license, a renewal notice will be sent to the email address on the record. This notice will explain how to access your online renewal application in DELPROS, our online […]

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Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators

Objective and Function The primary objective of the Delaware Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators is to protect the public from unsafe practices and practices which tend to reduce competition or fix prices for services. The Board must also maintain standards of professional competence and service delivery. To meet these objectives, the Board develops […]

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Administrator in Training

When to Apply Before you apply for a Delaware Nursing Home Administrator (NHA) license, you may have to complete a Delaware board-approved Administrator-In-Training (AIT) program. IF either of the following conditions apply to you, you must apply for an Administrator in Training license: You DO NOT hold a current NHA license in another jurisdiction, or You hold a current NHA […]

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Temporary Nursing Home Administrator

Information about Temporary Licenses The Board may grant a Temporary Nursing Home Administrator (NHA) license if a facility’s licensed nursing home administrator passes away or is removed from the position by another unexpected cause. To qualify for a Temporary NHA license, you must have three years of health care management experience acceptable to the Board […]

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