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The 2023 Florida Statutes

Chapter 468
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F.S. 468.1695
468.1695 Licensure by examination.
(1) Any person desiring to be licensed as a nursing home administrator shall apply to the department to take the licensure examination. The examination shall be given at least two times a year and shall include, but not be limited to, questions on the subjects of nursing home administration such as:
(a) Applicable standards of nursing home health and safety;
(b) Federal, state, and local health and safety laws and rules;
(c) General administration;
(d) Psychology of patient care;
(e) Principles of medical care;
(f) Personal and social care;
(g) Therapeutic and supportive care and services in long-term care;
(h) Departmental organization and management;
(i) Community interrelationships; and
(j) Terminology.

The board may, by rule, adopt use of a national examination in lieu of part or all of the examination required by this part.

(2) The department shall examine each applicant who the board certifies has completed the application form and remitted an examination fee set by the board not to exceed $250 and who:
(a)1. Holds a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university and majored in health care administration, health services administration, or an equivalent major, or has credit for at least 60 semester hours in subjects, as prescribed by rule of the board, which prepare the applicant for total management of a nursing home; and
2. Has fulfilled the requirements of a college-affiliated or university-affiliated internship in nursing home administration or of a 1,000-hour nursing home administrator-in-training program prescribed by the board; or
(b)1. Holds a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university; and
2.a. Has fulfilled the requirements of a 2,000-hour nursing home administrator-in-training program prescribed by the board; or
b. Has 1 year of management experience allowing for the application of executive duties and skills, including the staffing, budgeting, and directing of resident care, dietary, and bookkeeping departments within a skilled nursing facility, hospital, hospice, assisted living facility with a minimum of 60 licensed beds, or geriatric residential treatment program and, if such experience is not in a skilled nursing facility, has fulfilled the requirements of a 1,000-hour nursing home administrator-in-training program prescribed by the board.
(3) The department shall issue a license to practice nursing home administration to any applicant who successfully completes the examination in accordance with this section and otherwise meets the requirements of this part. The department shall not issue a license to any applicant who is under investigation in this state or another jurisdiction for an offense which would constitute a violation of s. 468.1745 or s. 468.1755. Upon completion of the investigation, the provisions of s. 468.1755 shall apply.
(4) The board may by rule establish a preceptor certification and recertification fee not to exceed $100 which shall be remitted by those individuals seeking board approval to act as preceptors in administrator-in-training programs as prescribed by the board. Said fee may be charged at the time of application for initial certification and at the time of application for recertification. The board may by rule establish a trainee application fee not to exceed $500 to defray the costs of the board’s supervision of the administrator-in-training program, to be remitted by those individuals seeking to undergo a board prescribed administrator-in-training program.
History.ss. 1, 2, ch. 79-227; ss. 2, 3, ch. 81-318; ss. 6, 13, 14, 16, 17, ch. 86-223; s. 17, ch. 88-205; s. 68, ch. 89-374; s. 23, ch. 90-134; s. 3, ch. 90-345; s. 61, ch. 91-137; s. 10, ch. 91-156; s. 4, ch. 91-429; s. 31, ch. 92-173; s. 5, ch. 93-259; s. 193, ch. 94-119; s. 40, ch. 95-210; s. 122, ch. 97-264; s. 25, ch. 99-394; s. 125, ch. 2000-153; s. 84, ch. 2001-277; s. 43, ch. 2012-160.

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Arrestable Offenses / Crimes under Fla. Stat. 468.1695
Level: Degree
Misdemeanor/Felony: First/Second/Third

Current data shows no reason an arrest or criminal charge should have occurred directly under Florida Statute 468.1695.

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  1. Magnolias Nursing v. Dept. of Health

    438 So. 2d 421 (Fla. Dist. Ct. App. 1983)   Cited 1 times
    Appellant further maintains that under Rule 10D-29.46, which it is also charged with violating, the primary function of a licensed nursing home administrator is that of a "record keeper." Appellant argues that it is therefore incumbent upon the Department to prove that Magnolias failed to maintain proper records before any violation can be sustained. We reject appellant's interpretation of the rule, and agree with the Department's view that the rule merely implements the statutes, without limiting in any respect the duties and responsibilities of a licensed nursing home administrator in the operation of a nursing home. The rule tracks the statute by requiring each nursing home to be under the direct management control of a licensed nursing home administrator. The fact that subsection (2), subparagraphs (a) through (h) impose extensive record-keeping requirements in no way diminishes the responsibility of the administrator for the overall control and operation of the facility. It is clear from the entire context of Chapter 400, as well as the licensing requirements of Chapter 468, that a nursing home administrator's responsibility is essentially to shelter and protect the health…

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. . . The licensure requirements of Section 468.1695 in themselves reflect the breadth of knowledge and experience . . .