Requirements for Licensure as a Nursing Home Administrator
Nebraska Nursing Home Licensure Contact
Board of Nursing Home Administration
301 Centennial Mall South
Post Office Box 94986
Lincoln, NE 68509
Nebraska Nursing Home Education Requirements:
Nebraska Nursing Home AIT Requirements:
640 hours within 4 month period
Nebraska Nursing Home National Exam Required?
Nebraska Nursing Home State Exam Required?
Nebraska Nursing Home Continuing Education Required?
50 hours biennially
Nebraska Number Licensed Administrators:
Nebraska Number of NHA Licenses Issued Annually, Approximately:
Nebraska Number of Licensed Nursing Home Facilities:
Requirements for Qualification as an Assisted Living Administrator
State agency responsible for regulating assisted living: Long Term Care Facilities, Department of Health and Human Services
Regulations: Regulations for Nebraska Assisted Living Residences
Nebraska Assisted Living: Contact
Home and Community Services, Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services, P.O. Box 95026, Lincoln, NE 68509-5026
Nebraska Assisted Living: Code: Assisted Living Facilities, Legislative Bill 608
Nebraska Assisted Living: Reimbursement: Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services, P.O. Box 95026, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-5026
Phone: 402-471-6035 OR 1-800-254-420Nebraska Assisted Living: Administrator Overview
No specific education or training requirements.
Southeast Community College
8800 'O' Street
Lincoln, NE 68520
Phone: 402-471-3361 or 800-642-4075
Program: Nursing Home Administration:
This is a very specific track that allows an individual to complete a degree and/or course requirements to become a licensed Nursing Home Administrator in the state of Nebraska. To receive the NHA licensure by the state of Nebraska, the Human Services program offers five online classes that meet the core educational requirements for Nursing Home Administration Licensure.
Theresa Parker, MAM, MA, NHA, FACHCA, CSW
Long Term Care Administration Advisor, Instructor
800-642-4075 Ext. 2750 or 402-437-2750
University of Nebraska Omaha
Department of Gerontology
CPACS Building Room 211
6001 Dodge Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68182
Program: CERTIFICATE, BACHELOR'S, MASTER'S, DOCTORAL
The University of Nebraska Omaha Department of Gerontology offers the Certificate in Gerontology at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as a Master of Arts in Social Gerontology degree, and staffs a specialty area in Gerontology within an interdisciplinary doctoral program.