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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 5. Department Of Health
Chapter 230. State Medical Facilities Plan
1/27/2022

12VAC5-230-630. Continuing care retirement communities.

Proposals for the development of new nursing facilities or the expansion of existing facilities by continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) will be considered when:

1. The facility is registered with the State Corporation Commission as a continuing care provider pursuant to Chapter 49 (§ 38.2-4900 et seq.) of Title 38.2 of the Code of Virginia;

2. The number of nursing facility beds requested in the initial application does not exceed the lesser of 20% of the continuing care retirement community's total number of beds that are not nursing home beds or 60 beds;

3. The number of new nursing facility beds requested in any subsequent application does not cause the continuing care retirement community's total number of nursing home beds to exceed 20% of its total number of beds that are not nursing facility beds; and

4. The continuing care retirement community has established a qualified resident assistance policy.

Statutory Authority

§ 32.1-102.2 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 25, Issue 9, eff. February 15, 2009.

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