The Center for Health Facilities Regulation (CHFR) ensures that nursing homes are operated in accordance with State Laws and regulations regarding the operation, quality of care and quality of life for residents living in the facilities. We conduct unannounced on-site inspections annually and unannounced follow-up inspections when a facility has been cited for non-compliance or based on consumer complaints. We document problems found, if any in a "Statement of Deficiencies" (SOD) report.
Nusing home inspection reports, facility correction plans, and licensing information are available for each nursing home details.
Most nursing homes in the state accept Medicare and Medicaid payments. CHFR is the organization in the state that certifies that these facilities meet the federal standards associated with Medicare and Medicaid programs. As part of the certification process, we perform unannounced inspections every nine to fifteen months and short inspections to follow-up.