To learn more about the renewal process, select the type of license you wish to renew from the list of professions below. Licensees with the Florida Board of Nursing Home Administrators are required to renew their licenses biennially in order to maintain the right to practice.
The Board has made every effort to include the information you need to renew your license on this website. You can visit our Help Center, FAQs and Resources page for frequently asked questions, links, forms, applications and other helpful information. If you have additional questions about your renewal process, please contact a renewal specialist
Click on the appropriate tab below to see the Renewal Requirements, Process, Fees and Continuing Education (CE) for a Nursing Home Administrator.
Current licenses expire at midnight, Eastern Time, on September 30, 2020.
To ensure you receive your renewal notification from the department, your current mailing address must be on file. Failure to renew an active or inactive license by the expiration date will result in the license being placed in delinquent status. Failure by a delinquent licensee to renew before the expiration of the current licensure cycle renders the license null and void without any further action by the board or the department.
A licensee who remains on inactive status for more than two consecutive biennial licensure cycles and who wishes to reactivate the license may be required to demonstrate the competency to resume active practice by sitting for a special purpose examination or by completing other reactivation requirements.
Licensees requesting to reactivate their license from inactive or retired status are required to pay additional fees and comply with specific continuing education requirements. Please contact the board office at email@example.com to request your reactivation requirements.
If you are reactivating your license, please refer to the Laws & Rules governing your practice for additional requirements.
The department will renew your license upon receipt of:
- Completed renewal application
- Required fees
- Go to www.flhealthsource.gov and click the “Renew A License” button.
- Enter your Personal Identifying Information (PII), then click the Login button.
- Confirm or update your MQA Services Account email address, then click the “Continue” button.
- You are now in the Dashboard. During renewals, a “Renew My License” option will populate no later than 90 days prior to your license expiration date. (Note: If you do not see the “Renew My License” option, please check back at a later time.)
*** If the “PII Failed” screen displays, click the “Other Login Option” button and enter your existing User ID and password to access your account.***
- You may renew online if you have a credit or debit card to complete the transaction. Please note that you can now renew online, print a copy of your application summary and mail it with your cashier’s check or money order to:
Division of Medical Quality Assurance
P.O. Box 6320
Tallahassee, FL 32314-6320
- If you are renewing your license after the expiration date and your status still indicates Clear/Active, you will be assessed a delinquency fee. The delinquency fee will be in addition to your renewal fees.
- If your license was Delinquent/Active before the renewal deadline, it will be moved to Null and Void status after the renewal deadline. You should contact your board office for further instruction.
- The process of renewing a license and receiving a printed license in the mail may take 7-10 business days. Initiating contact to confirm the receipt of fees or the status of your license prior to this time will not expedite the renewal process.
Certified check or money order should be made payable to the Florida Department of Health.
If renewing BEFORE your license expires, your fees will be:
|Active to Active||$330.00|
|Inactive to Inactive||$330.00|
|Active to Inactive||$330.00|
|Inactive to Active||$655.00|
|Active to Retired||$55.00|
|Inactive to Retired||$55.00|
If renewing AFTER your license expires, your fees will be:
|Active to Active||$655.00|
|Inactive to Inactive||$655.00|
|Active to Inactive||$680.00|
|Inactive to Active||$1,005.00|
|Active to Retired||$405.00|
|Inactive to Retired||$405.00|
If renewing 120 day Notified Delinquent, your fees will be:
|Active to Active||$985.00|
|Inactive to Inactive||$985.00|
|Active to Inactive||$985.00|
|Inactive to Active||$1,310.00|
|Active to Retired||$710.00|
|Inactive to Retired||$710.00|
Licenses become Null & Void1 on October 1, 2020.
By submitting the appropriate renewal fees to the department, a licensee acknowledges compliance with all requirements for renewal, including continuing education.
A licensee who remains on inactive status for more than two consecutive biennial licensure cycles and who wishes to reactivate the license may be required to demonstrate competency to resume active practice by sitting for a special purpose examination or by completing other reactivation requirements.
1Null & Void -The licensed practitioner failed to renew their licensure status for two renewal cycles, resulting in their license expiring.
Continuing Education (CE) Requirements
|Required Subject Area||Required Number of Hours||Important Information|
|General Hours||38||Rule 64B10-15.001, FAC – (2)(a)A licensee shall have a minimum of twenty (20) contact hours of continuing education credits that include personal attendance at a live presentation or, as specified in subsection (3) of this section, completion of classroom attended college course(s) taught with live lectures. (b) A licensee is allowed a maximum of twenty (20) contact hours of continuing education credits for any combination of web-based, video or audio-transmitted, home-study, on-line interactive instruction programs or, as specified in subsection (3) of this section, completion of on-line college courses(s). (3) Three contact hours of continuing education credit shall be granted for each college credit hour in the domains of practice specified in rule 64B10-16.005, F.A.C. successfully completed during the biennium. The licensee shall identify the domain of practice and the delivery method of instruction applicable to the college course(s) submitted for continuing education credit. The college transcript shall be accepted as proof of attendance.|
|Medical Error||2||Must be board approved and comply with the above delivery methods.|
First Biennium Renewal: Nursing Home Administrators renewing a license for the first time are required to complete 2 hours of medical errors and 1 hour of HIV/AIDS
Board Rule Approved Providers
- Florida Board approved courses for Nursing Home Administrators can be found at www.cebroker.com
- Providers that offer continuing education courses approved by the National Association of Board’s of Examiners of Long Term Care Administrators (NAB)
Other Methods of Obtaining Continuing Education per Biennium
- Attendance at a Board of Nursing Home Administrator’s meeting (Must be In-Person/Live)
- Serve as a volunteer expert witness for the Department of Health
- Attendance at a national association involved in the establishment of standards of practice or the regulation of nursing home administrators. Must apply to the board within 60 days of attendance for approval
- Course Instructor
- Preceptor for an administrator in training may receive 10 hours
- Preceptor for an intern may receive 5 hours
- College courses
- Administrator certification or re-certification by American College of Health Care Administrators
- Serving as a board member
- Former board members serving on Probable Cause Panels
- For Nursing Home Administrators with a Preceptor Certification – 2 hour preceptor refresher course is required for renewal.
- If you do not wish to maintain your certification, you may submit a request in writing to have it removed from your license: firstname.lastname@example.org
or mail to
Board of Nursing Home Administrators
4052 Bald Cypress Way, BIN C-07
Tallahassee, FL 32399
Click on Chapter or Section Number to View
Chapter 456: Health Professions and Occupations: General Provisions
Chapter 468, Part II: Nursing Home Administrators
Chapter 400, Part II: Nursing Homes and Related Health Care Facilities
Chapter 415: Adult Protective Services
Florida Administrative Code
Rules: Chapter 64B10, Florida Administrative Code
Rules: Chapter 64B: Division of Medical Quality Assurance, Florida Administrative Code
Rules: Chapter 59A4, Florida Administrative Code
Rules: Chapter 64E-16, Florida Administrative Code
Rules: Chapter 64E-11, Florida Administrative Code