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Home Services Division

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Home Services Division (HSD) staff strive to ensure compliance with minimum standards and the provision of quality care.  HSD staff perform on-site surveys to ensure compliance with standards, issue licenses, monitor compliance, conduct home visits to clients receiving services, investigate complaints and sanction facilities that fail to comply.  Every person, corporation, partnership, association or other legal entity desiring to obtain a license to establish, or to obtain a renewal license to operate a home health agency in this state must make application to the Department in such form and accompanied by such information as the State Commissioner of Health prescribes.
 

Home Health Agencies
Oklahoma licensure of home care agencies is required by Oklahoma Statute Title 63, Section 1-1960 et seq. Oklahoma Administrative Code Title 310; Chapter 662

Hospice Agencies
Oklahoma licensure of hospice agencies is required by Oklahoma Statute Title 63, Section 1-860, 1 et seq,; Oklahoma Administrative Code Title 310: Chapter 661

End Stage Renal Disease
Medicare certification requirements may be found at The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services website located at www.cms.hhs.gov

Contact:

Oklahoma State Department of Health
Medical Facilities Service-Home Services Division
1000 NE 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73117-1299

Telephone: 405-271-6576
Fax: 405-271-1308
Home Health Hotline: 1-800-234-7258
Email: medicalfacilities@health.ok.gov


Special Announcements
All licensing fees must accompany the completed application form and be mailed to the following address: Financial Management-Receipting Unit, OSDH, PO Box 268823, Oklahoma City, OK 73126-8816, Failure to do so may result in a delay in the processing of your license application.


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