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New Jersey Statutes Title 30. Institutions and Agencies 30 § 11-13

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Upon receipt of an application for license and a license fee of $100, and an examination fee of $100, the department shall cause an investigation to be made of the applicant and shall issue a license if it is found that said applicant is of good moral character and complies with the provisions of this act, the regulations of the department and the minimum standards established for the administration of a convalescent home or private nursing home.  The license shall not be transferable or assignable and shall be posted in a conspicuous place on the licensed premises wherein the individual acts as an administrator, as prescribed by the regulations of the department.  The Commissioner of Health, with the advice of the Nursing Home Administrators' Licensing Board, shall adopt, amend, promulgate and enforce such rules, regulations, and minimum standards for the training, experience and education of individuals acting as administrators of convalescent homes and private nursing homes to be licensed hereunder as may be reasonably necessary to accomplish the purposes of this chapter.  In addition, the commissioner shall adopt rules and regulations to provide for such periodic increases in the license fee and the examination fee as the commissioner deems necessary.  Such rules, regulations and minimum standards when adopted shall be binding upon all licensees and applicants for a license under this chapter.  Licensees and applicants for a license as a convalescent home or private nursing home administrator of an institution or home conducted exclusively for persons who rely upon treatment by spiritual means alone through prayer in accordance with the creed or tenets of a recognized church or religious denomination as described in section 9 of P.L.1947, c. 340 (C. 30:11-9) shall meet all rules, regulations, and minimum standards prescribed by the board, except medical rules, regulations, and minimum standards.

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