A renal dialysis facility is an outpatient facility offering staff-assisted dialysis or training and support services for self-dialysis to end-stage renal disease patients. A facility may be composed of one or more fixed buildings, mobile units, or a combination.
Regulations and Code of Laws
- Regulation 61-97, Standards For Licensing Renal Dialysis Facilities
- State Certification of Need and Health Facility Licensure Act, Section 44-7-110, et seq.
- Application for Licensure
- Memo: Clarification of Staffing Standards
- Memo: Facility Closure and Zero Census
- Memo: Hepatitis B Testing Requirements
- Memo: LPN Administering IV Push Medications
- Memo: Number of Physician Visits per Year
- Memo: Review of Medications by LPN-Nurse Practice Act
- Memo: Employee Health Assessment
- Memo: Physician Extenders
- Memo: Short and Long Term Care Plans
- Memo: Vapor Concentration Monitoring
- Memo: Reportable Accidents and Incidents-Renal Dialysis Facilities