(A) An applicant for licensure as a nursing home administrator who has successfully completed the requirements of section 4751.05 of the Revised Code, passed the examination administered by the board of executives of long-term services and supports or a government or private entity under contract with the board, and paid to the board an original license fee of two hundred fifty dollars shall be issued a license on a form provided by the board. Such license shall certify that the applicant has met the licensure requirements of Chapter 4751. of the Revised Code and is entitled to practice as a licensed nursing home administrator.
(B) A temporary license for a period not to exceed one hundred eighty days may be issued to an individual temporarily filling the position of a nursing home administrator vacated by reason of death, illness, or other unexpected cause, pursuant to regulations adopted by the board.
(C) The fee for a temporary license is one hundred dollars. Said fee must accompany the application for the temporary license.
(D) Any license or temporary license issued by the board pursuant to this section shall be under the hand of the chairperson and the secretary of the board.
(E) A duplicate of the original certificate of registration or license may be secured to replace one that has been lost or destroyed by submitting to the board a notarized statement explaining the conditions of the loss, mutilation, or destruction of the certificate or license and by paying a fee of twenty-five dollars.
(F) A duplicate certificate of registration and license may be issued in the event of a legal change of name by submitting to the board a certified copy of the court order or marriage license establishing the change of name, by returning at the same time the original license and certificate of registration, and by paying a fee of twenty-five dollars.
Amended by 130th General Assembly File No. 25, HB 59, §101.01, eff. 9/29/2013.
Effective Date: 09-26-2003