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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 40. Department of Social Services
Chapter 61. Standards and Regulations for Licensed Adult Day Care Centers
8/6/2020

22VAC40-61-260. Physical Examinations and Report.

A. Within the 30 days preceding admission, a participant shall have a physical examination by a licensed physician.

B. The report of the required physical examination shall be on file at the center and shall include:

1. The person's name, date of birth, address, and telephone number.

2. The date of the physical examination.

3. Height, weight, and blood pressure.

4. Significant medical history.

5. General physical condition, including a systems review as is medically indicated.

6. All diagnoses and significant medical problems.

7. Any known allergies and description of the person's reactions.

8. Any recommendations for care including:

a. A list of all medications including dosages, route, and frequency of administration;

b. Any special diet or any food intolerances;

c. Any therapy, treatments, or procedures the individual is undergoing or should receive and by whom; and

d. Any restrictions or limitations on physical activities or program participation.

9. The participant shall obtain an evaluation by a qualified licensed practitioner that completes an assessment for tuberculosis (TB) in a communicable form no earlier than 30 days before admission. The evaluation for tuberculosis shall be consistent with the TB risk assessment as published by the Virginia Department of Health, with additional testing, singly or in combination, as deemed necessary. Documentation of the TB evaluation is required, which includes the information contained on the form "Report of Tuberculosis Screening" recommended by the Virginia Department of Health. The form shall be signed by the qualified licensed practitioner who performs the evaluation.

10. A statement that specifies whether the individual is considered to be ambulatory or nonambulatory.

11. A statement that specifies whether the individual is or is not capable of self-administering medication.

12. The signature of the examining physician or his designee.

C. Subsequent medical evaluations.

1. Each participant shall annually submit a report of physical examination by a physician including the information required in subdivisions B 1 through B 8 and B 10, B 11, and B 12 of this section.

2. At the request of the licensee or director of the center or the Department of Social Services, a report of examination by a physician shall be obtained when there are indications that the center can no longer provide appropriate or safe care because of changes in the participant's physical or mental health. The written report of the physical examination shall be:

a. Dated;

b. Signed by a physician or the physician's designee; and

c. Used in evaluating the participant's continued suitability for adult day care.

D. Subsequent evaluations for tuberculosis.

1. Any participant who comes in contact with a known case of infectious tuberculosis shall be screened as deemed appropriate in consultation with the local health department.

2. Any participant who develops respiratory symptoms of three or more weeks duration shall be evaluated immediately for the presence of infectious tuberculosis. Any such participant shall not be allowed to return to the program until a physician has determined that the individual is free of infectious tuberculosis.

3. If a participant develops an active case of tuberculosis, the center shall report this information to the local health department.

Statutory Authority

§ 63.2-1733 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 36, Issue 03, eff. December 29, 2019.

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