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Renewal for MN LHNAs

Annual renewal for LNHAs in Minnesota is available from May 1 to June 30 each year. A postcard showing your renewal options is mailed in April annually. Prior to receiving the reminder post card, visit our website and Login to verify your mailing address (and other contact info)is correct to assure you receive all licensure related correspondences.

Current licenses expire June 30 each year. LNHAs must renew their license prior to July 1 to assure they have a current license on that date.Fee for renewal is $200. Renewing prior to June 30 assures that the $50 late fee is not assessed, and for LNHAs who are administrators of record in Minnesota skilled facilities, this means avoidance of any ramifications regarding compliance issues resulting from unlicensed practice.

Online renewals are available online May 1st to June 30th. Late renewals may be processed by downloading the paper form below and submitting a check or money order for $250 to the Board office before the October Board meeting.

To renew between May 1 and June 30:

  1. Log-in to you online user account (I forgot my username/password)
  2. Select the renewal option in your user account
  3. Have your CE certificates and method of payment (VISA or Mastercard/credit or debit) ready
  4. Complete the online renewal process

I'd like to fill out a paper renewal form

Questions about CE hours? Visit the Continuing Education for Licensees FAQs page!

If you do not plan to renew your license this year, please review the Reinstatement Rules and follow the first link to download the form. It may be submitted with your response by mail, fax or email to the board office.

If you do not receive your license within a week of submitting your renewal and have not received an email from Board staff regarding a CE audit or other issue, contact the board office.


Annual Continuing Education Requirement

Licensees must earn 20 hours of continuing education annually, May 1-April 30. Later CE sessions are accepted, but you cannot use a course for renewal next year if you use it this year.

Newly Licensed Administrators requiring fewer than 20 CE Clock Hours

  • In order to renew online, you must enter a minimum of 20 hours in the Continuing Education table. Enter actual number of CE hours earned SINCE your initial licensure date, then enter one record for remaining hours using your initial licensure date. The letter sent with your initial license indicates your licensure date and the number of CE clock hours required to be earned (pro-rated to 0, 5, 10, 15). Those licensed in July must earn the full 20 hours.
  • Type New Licensee under Organization and subtract your required/earned CE for the partial year from 20 and record that number in the clock hours field. Total CE required is outlined on page two of your initial licensure letter.
 

All Minnesota Nursing Home Administrator licenses expire on June 30 each year.

Login is available only to current licensees. If you have problems logging in or need to become reinstated, please contact Board staff.


Online Renewal Services are available through June 30th. The paper renewal form is posted through the October Board Meeting. Applications submitted later than June 30 are subject to the renewal fee and a late fee of $50. For renewals after June 30, 2015, please print the renewal form, complete all fields, and submit the form, copies of all CE certificates, and the proper fee ($250) to the Board office. If renewal is not achieved prior to the October Board meeting, you must contact the office for a reinstatement form.Please send copies of CE Certificates with all paper renewals after May 31 through October Board Meeting.

If you do not plan to renew your license this year, please follow the link and download the form. It may be submitted with your response by mail, fax or email to the board office.

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