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"To have long term success
as a coach or in any position of leadership,
you have to be obsessed in some way."
- Pat Riley
This web site offers current and vital information on long term care administrators licensed by the Oklahoma State Board of Examiners for Long Term Care Administrators. The Board has made every effort to present this information in a correct, timely, unbiased format, but due to the changing nature of the Internet and other details, the Board disclaims any responsibility for any inaccuracies. Any inaccuracies that may be identified should be reported at once to any of the employees listed below.
OSBELTCA ensures that Oklahoma’s Long Term Care Administrators
are suitable and qualified to serve
and continue to serve in this profession.
OSBELTCA is recognized as an innovative leader and pioneer
in Oklahoma’s healthcare continuum and has a positive impact
on both the health and well-being of the people of Oklahoma
and on the Long Term Care Administrator profession.
Our Core Values
Integrity * Service * Professionalism
Current Contact information:
2401 NW 23rd St, Suite 2H
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
FAX (405) 522-1625
We did recently move! We're still in Shepherd Mall,
but we moved UPSTAIRS...
If you know where we used to be (Suite 62), we're not far from there...
From there or through Entrance "A" (the Main Entrance on 23rd Street)
you will see the stairs (or take the elevator)...go up to the 2nd floor.
At the top of the stairs, you have to go "left" and you'll pass a
WIC office (glassed in) on the right...you'll see a door marked,
"Staff Entrance" straight ahead and on the wall in big letters,
"OSBELTCA" - the next door on the left (has glass)
is our main entrance. Come on in!
If you get to a drinking fountain or public restroom,
you went just a little too far!
Our phones have not changed...
Our emails have not changed...
Just our Suite Number - now 2H.
Administrative Programs Officer
Nursing Facilities & ICF/IID (MR)
and Certified Assistants
Administrative Programs Officer
Assisted Living, Residential Care
& Adult Day Care
LOOK UP AN ADMINISTRATOR...
- Verify they're licensed in Oklahoma and when
their current license expires...license number and status,
current facility, phone number...
- Later, you'll be able to see if they have
any violations and information about them...
(for now, we're still using our registry for that but
this is coming...soon...we hope)
When you get there (following the link above)
Be certain to enter the license type (required) from the drop down menu,
and then we suggest entering "only" the last name...
(searching by multiple fields or by the license number
does not consistently yield easily-useable-results)
"Look up" TIP:
If you don't know how to spell the Administrator's Last Name,
but you know how to 'start" spelling it, for example,
maybe you don't recall if it's Thomas or Thompson,
you can enter Thom% and the system will show you
all last names that start with "Thom"
Also, if you're not finding the name you're searching for
(but you're pretty sure they're licensed)
Try % on both ends of their name or portions thereof that
you're certain about the spelling of...
such as %Thom% (no spaces)
A LOT of exciting things are happening...
How about the new CE Registry?
Have you heard of this yet? It's not just a rumor...
Everyone will almost have to get in on this...spread the word!
And its FREE!!
CE Providers will soon be uploading your CEU certificates into this program
so you're going to have a "need" to get an account to track your CEUs...
MORE INFORMATION IS COMING SOON ON THIS,
SO STAY TUNED...
About now, you may be asking yourself,
"How can I keep up with all of this stuff that's going on?"
There's a Facebook Group (for Oklahoma Administrators and AITs)
where these topics come up and are discussed...
There is a verification of licensed administrators and AITs before approving
membership in the group...
And NAB also has their own Facebook Group where you can also
follow and keep up with the latest "goings on."
Attention Exam Candidates and Prospective Examinees:
In July 2017, NAB transitioned its examinations to a new structure: examinees will need to pass a 100-item Core of Knowledge exam and a 50-item line of service (LOS) module exam.
Candidates will now apply for examination eligibility through a new application system called Clarus. Applicants will be able to access the application system through the NAB website, at www.nabweb.org/examinations.
"As we look ahead
into the next century,
leaders will be those
who empower others."