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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 5. Department of Health

Chapter 410. Regulations for the Licensure of Hospitals in VirginiaRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Exceptions; variances
Section 30
Allowable variances
Section 40
Section 50
Section 60
Separate license
Section 70
Request for issuance
Section 80
Service charge
Section 90
License expiration
Section 100
Section 110
Bed capacity
Section 120
Posting of license
Section 130
Return of license
Section 140
Inspection procedure
Section 150
Plan of correction
Section 160
Revocation of license
Section 170
Section 180
Governing body
Section 190
Chief executive officer
Section 200
Section 210
Medical staff
Section 220
Organ donation
Section 230
Patient care management
Section 240
Anesthesia service
Section 250
Sterile supply service
Section 260
Dietary service
Section 270
Disaster and mass casualty programs
Section 280
Emergency service
Section 290
Laboratory service; general
Section 300
Clinical laboratory services
Section 310
Tissue pathology
Section 320
Quality control
Section 330
Autopsy service
Section 340
Blood banks and transfusion services
Section 350
Isolation of special microorganisms
Section 360
Nuclear medicine
Section 370
Medical records
Section 380
Nursing service
Section 390
Pharmaceutical service
Section 400
Radiology service
Section 410
Social service
Section 420
Surgical service
Section 430
Section 440
Obstetric and newborn services general requirements
Section 441
Obstetric service requirements; medical direction; physician consultation and coverage; nurse staffing and coverage; policies and procedures
Section 442
Obstetric service design and equipment criteria
Section 443
Newborn service requirements; designation of newborn service levels, service levels
Section 444
Newborn service medical direction; physician consultation and coverage; nursing direction, nurse staffing and coverage; policies and procedures
Section 445
Newborn service design and equipment criteria
Section 446
Newborn support services and other resources
Section 447
Combined obstetric and clean gynecological service; infection control
Section 450
Psychiatric service
Section 460
Special care units
Section 470
Outpatient (ambulatory care)
Section 480
Housekeeping service
Section 490
Infection control
Section 500
Laundry service
Section 510
Section 650
General building and physical plant information
Section 655
Additional building regulations and standards
Section 660
Section 720
Drawings and specifications
Section 730
Section 760
Long-term care nursing units
Section 770
Section 1150
Governing authority
Section 1160
General statement
Section 1170
Policy and procedures manual
Section 1175
Discharge planning
Section 1180
Medical staff
Section 1190
Nursing staff
Section 1200
Anesthesia service
Section 1210
Sterile supply services
Section 1220
Dietary service
Section 1230
Evacuation plan
Section 1240
Emergency services
Section 1250
Laboratory and pathology services
Section 1260
Medical records
Section 1270
Preoperative admission
Section 1280
Post-operative recovery
Section 1290
Environment and maintenance
Section 1300
Laundry services
Section 1310
Section 1320
Section 1350
Codes; fire safety; zoning; construction standards
Section 1360
Section 1370
Section 1380
Drawings and specifications
Section 1390

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