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Chapter 393-1 ORGANIZATION

Rule 393-1-.01 Organization

(a) The term "Board" shall mean the Georgia State Board of Long-Term Care Facility Administrators, which shall consist of nine members. The members of the Board shall be appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate, as follows:
(1) Three members who are nursing home administrators in this state, at least one of whom shall represent nonproprietary nursing homes;
(2) Three members each of whom are either a personal care home administrator or an assisted living community administrator; provided, however, that on and after July 1, 2021, all successor members appointed pursuant to this paragraph shall be either a licensed personal care home administrator or a licensed assisted living community administrator;
(3) Two members of the public at large who are not personal care home administrators, assisted living community administrators, or nursing home administrators or pecuniarily interested in any personal care home, assisted living community, or nursing home, or have any connection with the personal care home, assisted living community, or nursing home industry whatsoever; and
(4) One member who is a health care professional with at least a bachelor's degree, experience in elder care, and knowledge in dementia care and who is not a personal care home administrator, an assisted living community administrator, or a nursing home administrator or pecuniarily interested in any personal care home, assisted living community, or nursing home, or has any connection with the personal care home, assisted living community, or nursing home industry whatsoever.
(b) The term for all members shall be three years from the date of appointment. A member may be removed as provided in Code Section 43-1-17, including removal for failing to attend three meetings in one calendar year. All vacancies shall be filled by the Governor for the unexpired terms in accordance with the requirements for appointment to the vacant position.

Rule 393-1-.02 Repealed

Rule 393-1-.03 Chair and Vice-Chair

The Board shall elect annually from among its members a chair and vice-chair. The chair shall preside at all meetings of the Board, appoint committees and perform the usual duties of his office. In the absence of the chair, the vice-chair shall preside at meetings and perform all duties usually performed by the chair.

Rule 393-1-.04 Meetings

The Board shall meet a minimum of four times a year. Additional meetings may be called by the chair.

Rule 393-1-.05 Repealed

Rule 393-1-.06 Repealed