Nurse Aide Registry NC
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Purpose:This document describes the Nurse Aide I Registry listing procedures for individuals who wish to be employed as nurse aides in North Carolina. The Division of Health Service Regulation provides a registry of every Nurse Aide I in North Carolina who has met the federal and state training and competency requirements to perform "Nurse Aide I" functions. The registry was established by 42 U.S.C. 1395i-3(e) and 42 U.S.C. 1396(r)(e). N.C. General Statute § 131E Article 15 as well as rules in Title 10A of the North Carolina Administrative Code (10A NCAC 13O and 10A NCAC 13D .2304) apply.
The Nurse Aide I Registry is a listing of all nurse aides who have successfully completed a state-approved Nurse Aide I Training and Competency Evaluation Program (NAT/CEP) or a state-approved Competency Evaluation Program (CEP). The registry also includes substantiated cases of resident abuse, resident neglect and misappropriation of resident property committed by nurse aides in a nursing home. (See the separate procedure for Health Care Personnel Investigations.)
The Nurse Aide I Registry is managed by the Health Care Personnel Registry Section. The section is also responsible for the review and determination of federal and state compliance of all Nurse Aide I training and competency evaluation programs. The Health Care Personnel Registry Section provides listing verifications and on-line assistance to aides, their employers and the general public. The section notifies aides when their listings are about to expire and updates aide listings based on competency evaluation and/or employment verification.
Contacts: For questions regarding any part of this process, contact the Health Care Personnel Registry Section of the N.C. Division of Health Service Regulation at the appropriate number or web address below.
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