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North Dakota Skilled Nursing Homes
Skilled nursing facilities in North Dakota are licensed by the state and certified by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to participate in the Medicare/Medicaid programs. North Dakota Health Department's Division of Health Facilities has the contract for conducting the Medicare/Medicaid certification survey for CMS in these nursing facilities.
List of Nursing home facilities in North Dakota (Adobe PDF)
Nurse Aide Registry and Abuse Investigation
The Division of Health Facilities is designated by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services as the agency responsible for the registration of certified nursing assistants (CNAs). In addition to maintaining the registry, the Division receives and investigates allegations of abuse in long term care facilities. There are over 10,000 people registered to practice as certified nurse aides in the state of North Dakota.
Certified Nurse Aide Validated Abuse List (Adobe PDF)
Nurse Aide Training and Evaluation Program
The Division of Health Facilities reviews and approves the certified nurse aide training programs throughout the state. Currently there are approximately 56 of these training programs approved by the Division of Health Facilities.
Certified Nurse Aide Training Programs (Adobe PDF)
North Dakota Century Code and Administrative Rules
Paid Feeding Assistants, Chapter 33-07-03.2-16.1 (Adobe PDF)
Rural Assistance Center (RAC) helps rural communities and other rural stakeholders access the full range of available programs, funding, and research that can enable them to provide quality health and human services to rural residents. For more information follow this link.
North Dakota Health Care Review serves as a link between healthcare providers and the community.
SFN 14230, (Adobe PDF) Application for License to Operate A Nursing Facility
Long Term Care Regional Meeting Q & A 12-24-2013 (Adobe PDF)
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