The following list includes web page links or other information regarding professional, educational, and governmental entities that may be of interest.
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATORS (ACHCA)
1101 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 450
Washington, DC 20036
AMERICAN HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATION (AHCA)
1201 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
IDAHO HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATION/IDAHO CENTER FOR ASSISTED LIVING
Robert Vande Merwe, Executive Director
13945 W Wainwright Drive, Suite 101
Boise, ID 83713
e-mail – email@example.com
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LONG TERM CARE ADMINISTRATOR BOARDS (NAB)
1120 20th Street, NW, Suite 750
Washington, DC 20036-3441
NAME and/or ADDRESS CHANGES
Please click on the following link to update your address online: Online Address Change
UPDATING YOUR LICENSE
** You will not receive a license/registration bearing the updated information until the next renewal period unless you submit the name change form along with the required documentation prior to renewing online.
INDIVIDUAL NAME CHANGES
The individual name that appears on your license/registration must be your legal name. If it is not, you need to update your record by filling out a Name/Address Change Affidavit and submitting it with the proper documentation (i.e., a marriage license, divorce decree, or court document noting name change) to the Division.
Every record at the Division contains two addresses:
1. Address of Record: This is the address that appears on your license/registration and is your business/public record address. You must have an address of record on file. If you do not provide an address of record, your mailing address will be used as the address of record.
2. Mailing Address: This is the address used by the Board and Division staff to send correspondence to you. This address is not a public record unless you do not provide a public record address.
If you have moved or changed either your Address of Record or your Mailing Address, you should notify the Division as soon as possible by filling out the Name/Address Change Affidavit and submitting it to the Division OR by updating the information ONLINE.
PHONE NUMBER & E-MAIL ADDRESS
The Division also maintains business phone numbers and e-mail addresses for those who wish to provide them. The business phone number you provide will be part of your public record. The e-mail address you provide will be used by the Board and Division staff to send correspondence to you. Your e-mail address is not a public record.
There is no fee required to update any of the contact information in your Division record.
Please refer to Rule 401 for the CE Requirements.
The Board conducts annual audits to ensure compliance with the continuing education requirements. Audits may be initiated any time after you renew your license. By signing your renewal application and answering “Yes” to the question that you have met the continuing education requirements, you are certifying to the Board that you have already obtained proof of having completed the required continuing education.
If you have questions about the continuing education or audit requirements, you may e-mail the Board at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may download Applications and Forms for this Board from the links provided below or they may be obtained by contacting the Division.
Idaho law requires the licensure of all persons who practice or offer to practice as a residential care facility administrator in the State of Idaho.
The board will admit those applicants to the examination for licensure who:
– submit the required application and pay the required fee; and
– submit evidence of good moral character by providing a criminal background report obtained by either the Idaho State Police, Bureau of Criminal Identification or the Idaho Department of Health & Welfare, Criminal History Unit; and
– are at least 21 years old; and
– submit evidence satisfactory to the board of successfully completing a specialized course or a program of study in the area of residential care facility administration through the Idaho Health Care Association or through Easyceu.com as required by the rules of the board; and
– submit evidence satisfactory to the board of having met one (1) of the combinations of education and experience as provided in Idaho Code 54-4206.
Once all documentation is received notification of your admission to the examination for licensure will be sent. You may choose to take one of the following Board approved exams:
The Board may also issue a provisional permit to an applicant in order to fill an administrator vacancy on an emergency basis. Only applicants who meet ALL of the requirements for licensure, but have not taken the examination are eligible for a provisional permit. Only one Provisional Permit may be issued to each applicant. A Provisional Permit is valid for a single three-month period only.
If you have questions, please contact the Division at (208) 334-3233 or email@example.com.
Please complete your renewal application and payment of fees through the ONLINE RENEWAL system. There are no additional fees for this service. Documents, if required, may be uploaded when you renew. If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-334-3233.
If you have not yet met the continuing education requirement, do not submit a renewal indicating that you have. Submitting a fraudulent application for licensure is grounds for discipline against your license.
For your license to remain valid, it must be renewed before the expiration date each year. Remember that you must have an active license to practice in the state of Idaho.
As a courtesy, license renewal reminders are mailed to your mailing address of record approximately six (6) weeks before the license expiration date. If you do not receive a renewal notice, you can still renew online and update your address if needed. You are responsible to timely renew your license whether you receive a renewal notice or not.
Please note: If you fail to renew your license before its expiration date a reinstatement fee will be required by Idaho Code 67-2614 and cannot be waived. In addition, you may be required to submit continuing education or other required documentation prior to the reinstatement of your license.
Q: I have let my license lapse, what must I do to activate that license?
A: A license that has been lapsed less than five years may be reinstated upon submission of a renewal application together with the payment of renewal fees, a license re-instatement fee, and proof of completion of continuing education as required in the rules. If a license has lapsed for more than five years, a new application for licensure is required.
RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITY ADMINISTRATOR
LICENSE RENEWAL 150.00
REINSTATEMENT PENALTY 35.00
DUPLICATE LICENSE FEE 10.00
CERTIFICATION FEE 10.00
APPLICATION FEE 150.00
|Natalie M. Nathan||Related Profession||July 1, 2022||November 1, 2016|
|Robert C Bosen||Administrator||July 1, 2024||October 26, 2021|
|Jerry P Parmeley||Administrator||July 1, 2024||February 9, 2022|
|Mary J Zarybnisky||Public Member||July 1, 2024||February 9, 2022|
|Anna E Rostock||Licensed Nurse||July 1, 2025||May 2, 2023|
The license/registration issued to you by the Division is public proof that you are entitled to pursue certain activities regulated by Idaho Law. If your license/registration becomes lost or destroyed, you may obtain a replacement from the Division. A replacement may also be requested if you have changed your name or address and wish to receive a license/registration bearing the updated information.
You may complete the Application for Duplicate License form online, print it out and sign it, and send it with the fee required by Idaho law to the Division. Your application will not be processed unless the fee is received with the application. A replacement card will be sent to the mailing address.