The proposed amendments and adoptions of rules in Chapters 10A NCAC 13B Licensing of Hospitals and 10A NCAC 13C Licensing of. 10A NCAC 13B – General Requirements: Access and Safety. 10A NCAC 13B – Construction Requirements: Special Care Unit. 10A NCAC 13B MECHANICAL REQUIREMENTS (a) Prior to occupancy of the facility, the facility shall obtain documentation verifying that all mechanical.

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The review process shall include both practitioners and allied health professionals from the facility staff. The chief executive officer may designate an individual to carry out this assignment.

The nutrition and dietetic service policies and procedures shall include, but not be limited to the following:.

NC DHSR: Hospital and Ambulatory Surgical Facility Rules

The suspension shall remain effective for the period specified in the notice or until the facility demonstrates to the Department that conditions are no longer detrimental to the health and safety of the patient. Copies of regulations are available from the N. Statutes addressing such rights are as follows:. Written information on the living donor process shall be made available to the potential donor. In the event of such as emergency, steps shall be taken by a pharmacist to ensure that the borrowed medications shall be replaced and so documented.


Specialized nutrition therapies include supplementation with medical foods, enteral and parenteral nutrition. December 1, ; Pursuant to G. Effort shall be made to verify the full and true name, address, date of birth, nearest of kin, provisional diagnosis, condition on admission and discharge, referring physicians, attending physician or service. Medical information regarding the potential donor shall not be falsified to provide the donor with an excuse to decline donation.

These minutes shall be retained as determined by the facility.

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March 1, ; March 1, Encourage donor to discuss with employer about medical leave or disability. These policies and procedures shall include: This compromise obviously does not provide for ideal isolation.

The facility shall provide, directly or by contract, a laundry service or department that provides the following:. In the event of such an emergency, steps shall be taken to assure that the borrowed medications shall be replaced promptly and so documented. This discussion shall include checking with health or life insurance carriers about future “pre-existing conditions” or “exclusions” that may result from donation. Each patient or resident shall be given care to prevent contractures, deformities, and decubiti, including but not limited to:.

The following definitions shall apply throughout this Section, unless the context clearly indicates to the contrary:. March 1, ; Temporary Amendment Eff.

It also means the mental health treatment provided in such a unit or department. Other reasons for discharge may include an inability or unwillingness of patient or family to cooperate with the planned therapeutic program or medical complications that preclude a further intensive rehabilitative effort.


Food and Drug Administration approved drugs. Lecture 1 — Putting Safety Into Perspective. Prevailing winds, adjacent buildings, and discharge velocities shall be taken into account when designing such outlets. Facilities with long term care units shall have at least a three week menu cycle in the long term care units.


The following definitions shall apply to inpatient rehabilitation facilities or units only:. The director of pharmacy shall be responsible for emergency pharmaceutical services as currently described in the Pharmacy Laws of North Carolina.

Once the IDAT determines the suitability of the potential donor the IDAT shall discuss with the potential donor’s surgical team and transplant team its decision prior to its presentation to the potential donor. The medical staff of each facility shall require that facility personnel are capable of initiating life-saving measures at a first-aid level of response for any patient or person in need of such services.

Copies of this code may be purchased from the N. Fundamentals of Chemical Laboratory Safety.