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Title XXII OCCUPATIONS AND PROFESSIONS

Chapter 344

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  344.105.  Retired licenses permitted, when, procedure. — 1.  Any nursing home administrator possessing a current license to practice as a nursing home administrator in this state who has maintained an active license for at least ten years may retire his or her license by filing an affidavit with the board which states the date on which the licensee retired from such practice and such other facts as tend to verify the retirement as the board may deem necessary.  The affidavit shall be accompanied by a fee as provided by rule, made payable to the department of health and senior services.  Such request for retired status may also be accomplished by signing the request for retired status that appears on the nursing home administrator's application for license renewal and returning such application to the board prior to June thirtieth of the year of renewal of the administrator's active license, accompanied by a fee as provided by rule, made payable to the department of health and senior services.

  2.  An individual who requests retired license status shall return his or her original wall license and all other indicia of licensure to the board.  Once the board has received the original wall license from the licensee or evidence satisfactory to the board that the license has been lost, stolen, or destroyed, and the other requirements for requesting retired status have been met, the board shall issue a new license to the licensee indicating that the licensee is retired.

  3.  A retired license may be reactivated within five years of the granting of the retired license by filing with the board evidence satisfactory to the board of the completion of twenty clock hours of continuing education for each calendar year the license was retired accompanied by a fee as provided by rule made payable to the department of health and senior services.  All clock hours of continuing education shall be completed prior to the filing of the affidavit or renewal form requesting reactivation of the retired license.  If more than five years have passed since the issuance of a retired license to a licensee, the licensee shall follow the procedures for initial licensure stated in section 344.030.

  4.  No person shall practice as a nursing home administrator in this state or hold himself or herself out as a nursing home administrator if his or her license is retired.

  5.  Retired licensees shall remain subject to disciplinary action for violations of this chapter and the rules promulgated thereunder.

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(L. 2000 H.B. 1591, A.L. 2007 H.B. 780, A.L. 2011 H.B. 464)


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