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Schedule / Duration
Complete the Nursing Home Administrator training program in just 20 weeks. This program is 180 hours in length and is offered online with live, weekly teleconferences. Minimum age and degree requirements vary by state click here to see state requirements.
Employment of medical and health services managers is expected to grow 16 percent from 2008 to 2018, faster than average for all occupations. The long-term care industry will continue to expand and diversify, requiring managers to help ensure smooth operations.
What do Nursing Home Administrators Do?
Nursing Home Administrators supervise clinical and administrative events in nursing homes and related facilities.
- Overseeing staff and personnel
- Financial matters
- Medical care
- Medical supplies
- Facilities and other duties as specific positions demand
Some nursing home administrators work in large nursing home organizations, which may have several separate facilities. Others work in small residential care facilities with as little as 6-10 patients.
How to Become a Nursing Home Administrator:
Nursing Home Administrators are required to be licensed in the state and are required to have immense experience in administration of a long-term care facility. They must have a large amount of knowledge of Federal and State licensure requirement for nursing home operations, and the respect for the principles of resident rights, confidentiality, EEO and ADA. Boston Reed's Nursing Home Administration courses provide the fundamentals that will allow students to work in the industry.
Most nursing home administrators are required to have a bachelor’s or master’s degree from an accredited college or university. An associate degree combined with experience may be accepted by some smaller facilities.
All 50 states require a nursing home administrator license. Only the Board of Examiners can grant licensure. Requirements vary from state to state. Boston Reed's Nursing Home Administrator training is designed to prepare students to become licensed.
In 2011, the average annual wage for an administrator position in a nursing care facility was $80,000. This varies by employer, location and experience.
There is an expected 16% growth in employment in this field from 2006-2016.
Our Nursing Home Administration courses are offered online for your convenience. Find a program that fits your schedule and take advantage of our flexible schedules.
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