The purpose of the Kentucky Board of Licensure for Long-term Care Administrators is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Long-Term Care Administration. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality. The board conducts formal hearings when necessary and prosecutes by due process any violators of KRS 216A.
Effective August 31, 2018, 201 KAR 6:020 and 6:050 have been amended to add the Health Service Executive (HSE) qualification as meeting the requirements for licensure. Applicants must submit documentation of a current HSE qualification from the National Association of Long-Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB) to qualify.
Do you need to find a licensed person with the Kentucky Board of Licensure for Long-Term Care Administrators?
An Active License Directory has been designed for you. The Active License Directory located here
allows you to search for a licensed individual and/or business by individual Board, License Type, Region and/or County.
Please note: Licensees have the option to publicize information or to leave it unavailable. The Office of Occupations and Professions believes this information will be useful and serve public protection.
Important Notice Regarding New Online System
You must create a brand new username and password.
Old One Stop Usernames and passwords are no longer valid and will not work.
v Social Security number is used strictly as an identifier to accurately match old system data to new system data. It will not remain within public view and has strict security.
v Please pay close attention to the required fields when registering your account.
v When individual Board’s online renewal is completed, we will use the valid email address to communicate any new features or procedures. After your new user account is set up, you can print a new card or certificate. Legacy License Number and License Number will show identical licensure status and are valid to use today.
The Department for Professional Licensing suggests completing your renewal at least two weeks prior to your expiration date.