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Texas Health and Human Services maintains a registry of all nurse aides who are certified to provide services in nursing facilities and skilled nursing facilities licensed by the agency. To send applications and forms, email the Nurse Aid Registry.
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The following are the definitions of the statuses used in the system:
- Active — The nurse aide's registration is active. The nurse aide is currently employable as a nurse aide in a licensed nursing facility in the state of Texas.
- Expired — The nurse aide's registration is expired. To renew registry status, the nurse aide must provide verification of qualifying employment. If the person is unable to verify employment, he or she will have to re-train and/or re-test. The nurse aide is currently not employable as a nurse aide in a licensed nursing facility in the state of Texas.
- Revoked — The nurse aide's registration is revoked. Because substantiated findings of abuse, neglect, or misappropriation of resident property have been entered on the Texas Nurse Aide Registry, this individual is not employable as a nurse aide in a licensed nursing facility in the state of Texas.
- Suspended — The nurse aide's registration is suspended. Because the nurse aide is listed as unemployable in the EMR, this individual is not employable in a HHS regulated facility or agency.
Providers can verify nurse aide employability using the Employability Status Check Search website. This website consolidates checks of the Nurse Aide Registry and other systems. Verifying a nurse aide's status through the Employability Status Check Search is the equivalent of using the NAR and is considered in compliance with all applicable federal regulations and state licensure laws.
Allegations of Abuse, Neglect or Exploitation
HHS also reviews and investigates allegations of abuse, neglect or misappropriation of resident property by nurse aides. If there's a finding of an alleged act of abuse, neglect or misappropriation, the nurse aide may request both an informal reconsideration and a formal hearing before the finding is placed on the registry.
Veterans, Military Members and Spouses
The state of Texas recognizes the contributions of our military service members and their spouses and veterans.
Military service members or veterans may have met some licensing requirements as a result of their military service or other training, knowledge and experience. Military spouses of current, active duty military service members also may have met some licensing requirements related to this status. Modifications to renewal requirements may also be available for some military service members on active duty.
Military personnel and their spouses and veterans who are interested in the nursing facility administrator occupation and would like additional information regarding requirements may email [email protected]state.tx.us or call
We extend our heartfelt thanks to military service members, veterans, and their families for their dedicated service to the United States of America and to the state of Texas.
About Regulatory Services
Nurse aide enforcement activities are conducted by the Professional Credentialing Enforcement unit and include:
- Coordinating due process related to referrals of misconduct by a nurse aide that occur in nursing facilities
- Entering findings of abuse, neglect and misappropriation of resident property, as appropriate
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Nurse aide registration (certification) activities are conducted by the Nursing Facility Administrator Licensing Branch and include:
- Approving and monitoring nurse aide training and competency evaluation programs
- Issuing and continuing nurse aide registrations, including oversight of nurse aide testing development and administration
The Indiana Department of Health maintains the Certified Nurse Aide, Home Health Aide, and Qualified Medication Aide Registries. These registries list the names of aides who meet federal and/or state requirements to work in Indiana. All aides working in a licensed nursing home, home health agency, or hospice must be listed on the Registry. When hiring an aide, health care facilities and agencies must verify that appropriate training and testing was completed and confirm that there are no findings on the Registry against the aide. The Registry is available online at https://mylicense.in.gov/EVerification/Search.aspx or by contracting the Aide Registry Program.
Certified Nurse Aide Registration Program
A certified nurse aide is a person who works primarily in long term care (nursing homes) assisting residents with activities of daily living under the supervision of a nurse. A Certified Nurse Aide must meet the following requirements:
- Complete a state-approved nurse aide training program,
- Pass the nurse aide competency evaluation consisting of both a written and a skills test, and
- Be listed in good standing as a CNA on the Indiana State Nurse Aide Registry.
CNA Program Home Page
A dining assistant (sometimes referred to as a feeding assistant) is an individual who is paid to assisting in the feeding of nursing home residents. Each dining assistant shall successfully complete a sixteen (16) hour training program for dining assistants that has been approved by the department.
Dining Assistant Program Home Page
Home Health Aide Registration Program
A home health aide is a person working for a home health agency or hospice that performs home health services ordered by a licensed physician, licensed chiropractor, licensed podiatrist, or licensed optometrist. The home health aide must successfully complete an agency's competency evaluation. Registered home health aides may also be abbreviated as “RHHA”.
Home Health Agencies and hospices are responsible for establishing their own policies on qualifications and needed training. State government does not certify training sites or the syllabus of each individual agency or organization under contract to provide training services.
HHA Program Home Page
Qualified Medication Aide Registration Program
A qualified medication aide is a certified nurse aide (CNA) who has completed additional training, annual in-service training, and demonstrated competency while dispensing and passing medications and or applying/administrating treatments under the direct supervision of a registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse. A qualified medication aide must meet the following requirements:
- Complete a state-approved CNA training program. Must complete 1, work hours as a CNA before making application to the QMA training program.
- Pass a QMA competency evaluation program consisting of a written test, and
- Be listed in good standing as a QMA on the Indiana State Nurse Aide Registry.
QMA Program Home Page
How to Use the Nurse Aide Registry
Federal and State regulations [42 CFR (e)(5) and 10 NYCRR (c)(2)(i)] require nursing homes to verify each nurse aide's certification status, as well as the status of all potential staff, with the state's Nurse Aide Registry prior to employment or use in the facility.
The New York State Nurse Aide Registry is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at . The New York State Nurse Aide Registry may be used by anyone, not just health care providers. The interactive voice response (IVR) registry will provide you with verbal and written verification of the individual's registry status. To use the IVR Registry, the caller must have the nurse aide's New York State Nurse Aide Certification number [NAX] to seek verification. The IVR system will guide the caller through the verification process. Verifications may also be made on-line at https://registry.prometric.com/registry/public. On-line verifications may be done by New York State Nurse Aide Certification number or by name.
Federal and State statute and regulations require that the names of all individuals who have been determined competent by New York State as nursing home [residential health care facility] nurse aides, be listed in the State's Nurse Aide Registry. The Registry also contains information regarding the criminal conviction of a nurse aide by a court of law and/or a finding, sustained upon investigation under Public Health Law § d, for any resident abuse, neglect, mistreatment or misappropriation of resident property occurring in a nursing home on or after October 1, New information is added and the Registry is updated daily.
Federal and State regulations prohibit nursing homes from employing or using any individual, in any capacity, who has been convicted of or has a documented finding of resident abuse, neglect, mistreatment or misappropriation of resident property listed in the nurse aide registry. These requirements further require nursing homes to verify each individual's certification status prior to employment or use in the facility.
Questions regarding the Nurse Aide Registry and Certification program should be directed to the Office Primary Care and Health Systems Management, Bureau of Professional Credentialing at or via E-mail at [email protected] Freedom of Information requests should be directed to Records Access Officer, Empire State Plaza, Corning Tower Building, Room , Albany, NY
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The Online Verification of Nurse Aide page is provided to assist employers and the public in expediting the verification of the status of a nurse aide in the state of West Virginia.
We have provided two means of searching the database. You can search by entering the name of the nurse aide or by entering the nurse aide's state assigned registration number. If you have any questions or comments about results that are returned, please contact the Nurse Aide Registry.
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Nursing assistants/aides working in licensed and or certified skilled nursing facilities, intermediate care facilities and home health agencies must be certified. Certification is achieved primarily by successfully completing a state-approved nursing assistant training program, a competency test covering 21 mandated manual skills and a written competency test. Illinois does accept several equivalencies, with proper documentation, such as reciprocity for persons whose names are on other states nurse aide registries and whose certification is current and in good standing, student nurses, foreign nurses and those with specific military medical training. Individuals with any of the above equivalencies are required to take a written competency test.
All nursing assistants, including those employed by intermediate care facilities for the developmentally disabled and home health aides, must be listed on the Illinois Department of Public Healths Nurse Aide Registry. Training programs for developmental disability aides are coordinated by the Illinois Department of Human Services.
Nurse aides are placed on the Illinois Nurse Aide Registry after meeting the required training and competency testing criteria or equivalency criteria and undergoing a criminal background check. The Health Care Worker Background Check Act requires health care employers to conduct Illinois State Police criminal history record checks on employees who have responsibility for direct care and who are not otherwise licensed by the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation or the Department of Public Health. In long-term care facilities, the law primarily applies to certified nurse aides. As the result of criminal history record checks, persons with disqualifying convictions in any of 28 areas may not work in a position having direct care responsibilities without a waiver issued by the Department.
A facility must contact the Department to verify a nurse aides registry status prior to employment. Verifications can be made by phone or mail or through this Web site.
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(Public Access use only toverify certification status of Certified Nurse Aides, Home Health Aides,or Certified Medication Aides)
(Adult Care Homes, Home Health Agencies, Hospitals, or Staffing Agencies must access here for Criminal RecordCheck Results, Employment Verification, and Nurse Aide Registry Confirmation)
(Please use the button below to confirm date of last criminal record check for Non-Licensed/Non-Certified Individuals)
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