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Health Resources Development Service
The Health Resources Development Service performs health protection and public assurance functions in the program areas listed below. Registries, laws, rules, status reports, applications and forms are available for reviewing and downloading.
The Health Facility Systems receive and process license and renewal applications for Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living Centers, Adult Day Care Centers, Residential Care Homes, Continuum of Care Facilities, and Specialized Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities or Developmental Disabilities* or Alzheimer’s disease. The program also administers the certificate of need regulations for nursing facilities and psychiatric and chemical dependency facilities.
Note: Licensure Records of Long Term Care facilities have been scanned. To receive a copy of a record email use this email link with the following information: Full name of facility; address and license number if known (i.e. 1005 SW OKC, NH5502); documents and dates of records records (i.e. all license applications and correspondence for 2005-2015). Requests or inquiries for records can be faxed to 405-271-7360, or inquired about at 405-271-6868.
The Nurse Aide and Nontechnical Services Workers Registry reviews and approves nurse aide training and testing programs; maintains the State’s registry for providers to confirm the employment eligibility of nurse aides and nontechnical services workers; and, reviews and approves curriculum for activity director and social services director courses.
The Managed Care Systems certifies workplace medical plans under the Workers’ Compensation Act and independent review organizations. The program administers the quality review process for Health Maintenance Organizations.
The Home Care Administrator Registry certifies home care administrators, maintains the administrator registry and ensures standards for administrator preparedness programs.
The Jail Inspection Division inspects all city and county jails at least once each year to ensure they follow the standards for jail operation.
The Oklahoma National Background Check Program provides a web portal for pre-employment screening and access to fingerprint based national background checks staff with direct patient access working in a variety of health care settings. This program is authorized under the Long Term Care Security Act [63 O.S. Section 1-1944].
Customer Service Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PHS-RCT-CustomerService
* The following terms have been replaced in accordance with CMS guidance and Oklahoma Statutory authority as follows:
1. ‘‘the Mentally Retarded;" ‘‘Mentally Retarded Persons;’’ and ‘‘Mentally Retarded Individuals’’ With ‘‘Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities’’
Federal and State requirements may be viewed from the links below:
Q: Where do I make a complaint about nursing, assisted living, residential, or adult day care facilities?
A: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or view the related topic links below. Q: Where can I view inspection reports?
A: View the related topic links below. Q: Where do I file the application for license or certificate of need?
A: All applications that include a fee payment must be received and receipted at Health Facility Systems P.O. Box 268823 Oklahoma City, OK 73126-8823 Q: Where can I view records for licensure of long term care facilities?
A: To receive a copy of a licensure record email email@example.com with the facility name; address and license number if known. Requests can also be faxed to 405-271-7360. Call 405-271-6868 for more details.
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