Licensed Nursing Home Administrators of New York State
Public Health Law (Article 28-D, § 2896), states that on or after July 1, 1970, no person shall practice or represent him or herself as a nursing home administrator in New York State unless that person is licensed by New York's Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators (BENHA) and registered by the New York State Department of Health.
This searchable list of all licensed nursing home administrators in New York State includes the individual's name, license number, and the date that the individual received the license ("Date License Issued"). Additionally, each licensee is listed as "active" or "inactive", referring to registration status. Licensed administrators who are registered are deemed "active" and legally are able to serve as the administrator of a nursing home in New York State. Those who have elected to go "inactive" are not registered for the current two-year registration period and cannot serve as the administrator of a nursing home in New York until they have registered.
Additional information on licensed nursing home administrators in New York must be requested through the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) process.
For further information please contact the Bureau of Credentialing at firstname.lastname@example.org.