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49 Pa. Code § 39.11. Biennial renewal.

§ 39.11. Biennial renewal.

 (a)  Licenses are renewable each biennium, in the even-numbered years.

 (b)  Notice of the availability of the renewal process will be forwarded to each active licensee at the licensee’s address of record or current e-mail address on file with the Board, or both, prior to the expiration of the current biennial period.

 (c)  As a condition of biennial renewal, licensees shall complete a minimum of 48 clock hours of continuing education during the preceding biennial period as required in §  39.61 (relating to requirements).

 (d)  Renewal applications shall be completed in a format and manner required by the Board and accompanied by the required renewal fee in §  39.72 (relating to fees). Upon Board acceptance of the biennial renewal application, the license will be renewed and the applicant will receive a certificate of registration for the current renewal period.

 (e)  [Reserved].


   The provisions of this §  39.11 amended under sections 4(a)(9) and (c) and 9(b) and (e) of the Nursing Home Administrators License Act (63 P.S. § §  1104(a)(9) and (c) and 1109(b) and (e)).


   The provisions of this §  39.11 adopted January 28, 1972, effective January 29, 1972, 2 Pa.B. 2244; amended March 9, 2001, effective March 10, 2001, 31 Pa.B. 1362; amended May 20, 2022, effective May 21, 2022, 52 Pa.B. 2963. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (274955) to (274956).

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