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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 5. Department of Health
8/11/2020

Chapter 230. State Medical Facilities PlanRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
[Repealed]
Section 30
Guiding principles in the development of project review criteria and standards
Section 40
General application filing criteria
Section 50
Project costs
Section 60
When competing applications received
Section 70
Calculation of utilization of services provided with mobile equipment
Section 80
When institutional expansion needed
Section 90
Travel time
Section 100
Need for new fixed site or mobile service
Section 110
Expansion of fixed site service
Section 120
Adding or expanding mobile CT services
Section 130
Staffing
Section 140
Travel time
Section 150
Need for new fixed site service
Section 160
Expansion of fixed site service
Section 170
Adding or expanding mobile MRI services
Section 180
Staffing
Section 190
Policy for the development of MSI services
Section 200
Travel time
Section 210
Need for new fixed site service
Section 220
Expansion of fixed site services
Section 230
Adding or expansing mobile PET or PET/CT services
Section 240
Staffing
Section 250
Travel time
Section 260
Need for new service
Section 270
Staffing
Section 280
Travel time
Section 290
Need for new service
Section 300
Expansion of service
Section 310
Statewide Cancer Registry
Section 320
Staffing
Section 330
Travel time
Section 340
Need for new service
Section 350
Expansion of service
Section 360
Statewide Cancer Registry
Section 370
Staffing
Section 380
Travel time
Section 390
Need for new service
Section 400
Expansion of services
Section 410
Pediatric cardiac catheterization
Section 420
Nonemergent cardiac catheterization
Section 430
Staffing
Section 440
Travel time
Section 450
Need for new service
Section 460
Expansion of service
Section 470
Pediatric open heart surgery services
Section 480
Staffing
Section 490
Travel time
Section 500
Need for new service
Section 510
Staffing
Section 520
Travel time
Section 530
Need for new service
Section 540
Need for medical/surgical beds
Section 550
Need for pediatric beds
Section 560
Need for intensive care beds
Section 570
Expansion or relocation of services
Section 580
Long-term acute care hospitals (LTACHs)
Section 590
Staffing
Section 600
Travel time
Section 610
Need for new service
Section 620
Expansion of services
Section 630
Continuing care retirement communities
Section 640
Staffing
Section 650
Travel time
Section 660
Need for new service
Section 670
Expansion of services
Section 680
Adding or expanding mobile lithotripsy services
Section 690
Staffing
Section 700
Travel time
Section 710
Need for new service
Section 720
Transplant volumes; survival rates; service proficiency; systems operations
Section 730
Expansion of transplant services
Section 740
Staffing
Section 750
Purpose
Section 760
Project need
Section 770
Facilities expansion
Section 780
Renovation or modernization
Section 790
Equipment
Section 800
Travel time
Section 810
Need for new service
Section 820
Expansion of services
Section 830
Staffing
Section 840
Travel time
Section 850
Continuity; integration
Section 860
Need for new service
Section 870
Need for new service
Section 880
Continuity; integration
Section 890
Compliance with licensure standards
Section 900
Travel time
Section 910
Need for new service
Section 920
Continuity
Section 930
Staffing
Section 940
Travel time
Section 950
Need for new service
Section 960
Intermediate level newborn services
Section 970
Specialty level newborn services
Section 980
Subspecialty level newborn services
Section 990
Neonatal services
Section 1000
Staffing

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