Requirements for Licensure as a Nursing Home Administrator
Indiana Nursing Home Licensure Contact
Indiana State Board of Health Facility Administrators
402 W. Washington St., Rm. W-072
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Indiana Nursing Home Education Requirements:
Possession of a baccalaureate or higher degree in any subject; or possession of an associate degree in long term care, health care administration, or equivalent; or completion of a specialized course of study in long term health care administration.
Indiana Nursing Home AIT Requirements:
Six months, 40 hours each week (1,040 hours total)
Indiana Nursing Home National Exam Required?
Indiana Nursing Home State Exam Required?
Indiana Nursing Home Continuing Education Required?
40 hours biennially
Indiana Number Licensed Administrators:
Indiana Number of NHA Licenses Issued Annually, Approximately:
Indiana Number of Licensed Nursing Home Facilities:
Requirements for Qualification as an Assisted Living Administrator
State agency responsible for regulating assisted living: Indiana State Department of Health, Division of Long Term Care (ISDH) Indiana Division of Aging (DA)
Regulations: Regulations for Indiana Health Facilities
Indiana Assisted Living: Contact
Sue Hornstein, Dept. of Health, Tel. 317-233-7289 Fax 317-233-7322
Indiana assisted Living: Indiana Family & Social Services Administration; Indiana Division of Aging
Indiana Division of Aging
402 West Washington Street
P.O. Box 7083
Indianapolis, Indiana 46207-7083
Indiana Assisted Living:Code: Assisted Living Facilities House Bill 460 IAC 8.
Indiana Assisted Living: Reimbursement: Medical Policy and Planning, Div. of Disability Aging and Rehab. Services, Rm. W431, 402 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46207-7083
Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) state association: Indiana Assisted Living Association
Indiana School of Public and Environmental Affairs
10th and Fee Lane
Bloomington, IN 47405
Tel: (812) 855-7980 Fax: (812) 855-7802
Indiana University in Bloomington offers an undergraduate BS degree from its School of Public and Environmental Affairs which includes one course specific to nursing home administration.