He began his career as a licensed nursing home administrator, and subsequently guided several large senior health care organizations through expansion periods.
What does LNHA stand for?
LNHA stands for Licensed Nursing Home Administrator
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Rebecca Hilgendorf, a licensed nursing home administrator, was chosen director of the State Department of Health and Social Services' Senior and Disabilities Services.
She is a registered nurse, a licensed nursing home administrator and a paralegal with a Bachelor of Science in nursing, and holds certifications in Healthcare Risk Management, Case Management, Legal Nurse Consulting and Nursing Assessment.
It traditionally has not been an especially difficult requirement to meet; there always have been more than enough licensed nursing home administrators to meet the needs of the long-term care community.
The list of what's hazardous may vary according to who that patient or resident is," according to Mary Jo Zeller, a licensed nursing home administrator who with Gloria Bersani founded Family Moving Solutions (based in Palatine, Ill.