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Hospitals

 

A hospital is a facility where diagnosis, treatment, medical care, obstetrical care, nursing care or related services are provided on an outpatient or inpatient basis for a period of more than 24 hours to people who are ill or injured or to aged and infirmed people requiring or receiving convalescent care. A ‘Hospital’ includes a facility or a distinct part of a facility which provides space for a general acute hospital, a rehabilitation hospital, a long-term care hospital, a critical access hospital, or a psychiatric hospital.
 
ACUTE CARE FACILITIES CONTACT INFORMATION:
Phone: 402-471-2110
Fax:  402-742-8319
 
Mailing Address:
Nebraska DHHS Attn: Facilities Licensing
PO Box 94986
Lincoln, NE 68509-4986
Physical Address:
Nebraska State Office Building
301 Centennial Mall South, 3rd Floor
Lincoln NE 68508
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
 
Facilities must be in compliance and implement all regulations by November 16, 2017.
 
Helpful links:


REQUIREMENT TO REDUCE LEGIONELLA RISK NEW!

CDC Toolkit 

For hospitals: 42 CFR 482.42
For critical access hospitals:
42 CFR 485.635(a)(3)(vi)

Overview of the Outpatient Surgical Procedures Data Act  

CMS Survey and Certification Letter - Legionella Risk

STROKE SYSTEM OF CARE 

Nebraska EMS - Stroke 

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