Long Term Care Career in Pennsylvania - PA

According to the Pennsylvania State Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators, there are 4221 licensed nursing home administrators working within the state. If you would like to be one of them, you’ll need to become licensed. Anyone involved in long term care jobs in Pennsylvania, from certified nurse assistants (CNAs) to home administrators, must be properly licensed. This involves receiving schooling, and taking state and national certification tests. In addition, Pennsylvania requires criminal background checks of all of its applicants.

Once all of your training and certification is completed, you can expect to earn a salary of $85,280 working as a health care/nursing care administrator in Pennsylvania, as stated by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics. This salary tends to vary depending upon where in the state you work. In viewing the salaries of nursing home administrators in some of Pennsylvania’s largest cities (courtesy of indeed.com), this becomes evident:

  • Philadelphia:  $92,000
  • Pittsburgh:  $83,000
  • Allentown:  $80,000
  • Erie:  $85,000

Jobs for long term care administrators can be found across the state of Pennsylvania. Some facilities where long term care administrative positions might be available include HCR Manor Care (Pittsburgh, Kingston); Genesis HealthCare (Kennett Square, Clarks Summit); Ware Presbyterian Village (Oxford); Golden Living Centers (East Stroudsburg, Phoenixville); and Extendicare (Hazle Township, Norristown).

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