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49 Pa. Code § 39.11a. Reactivation.

§ 39.11a. Reactivation.

 (a)  A nursing home administrator who desires to reactivate a license that has been expired or inactive shall file an application for reactivation in a format and manner required by the Board and shall provide all of the following:

   (1)  A late fee as required by section 225 of the Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs Fee Act (63 P.S. §  1401-225) or a verification of nonpractice, as applicable.

   (2)  The renewal fee in §  39.72 (relating to fees).

   (3)  Documentation evidencing the satisfactory completion of the continuing education requirement for the preceding biennial period.

 (b)  In addition to complying with the requirements in subsection (a), a nursing home administrator whose license has been expired or inactive for 5 years or longer shall demonstrate continued competence under §  39.11b (relating to continued competence).


   The provisions of this §  39.11a added 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 §  39.11a added May 20, 2022, effective May 21, 2022, 52 Pa.B. 2963.

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