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COVID-19 Updates and Resources

 

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Facilities Planning and Safety Public Health Division

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Facilities Planning and Safety

On this page:

Information about FPS

How the Plan Review Process Works Join Our Listserv FPS Adoption of 2018 FGI Workload Updates

Information for Project Designers

Codes and Guides Plan Review Fees Waivers

Who We Serve and the Rules that Govern Them

Ambulatory Surgery Centers Assisted Living Facilities Birthing Centers End-Stage Renal Disease Treatment Facilities Extended Stay Centers Hospitals Memory Care Communities Nursing Homes / Skilled Nursing Facilities Residential Care Facilities Special Inpatient Care Facilities

Information about FPS

How the Plan Review Process Works

Facilities Planning and Safety performs plan reviews to ensure compliance with the Oregon Administrative Rules physical requirements at both acute and long-term care facilities. In addition to plan reviews, Facilities Planning and Safety also conducts on-site inspections for rule compliance at the completion of each project.

Acute care facilities are regulated by the Oregon Health Authority Health Facility Licensing and Certification Program. Before the plan review, the healthcare provider must follow the letter of intent and application process of the Certificate of Need Program. After the plan review, facilities should contact the Health Facility Licensing & Certification Program for licensing of the acute care facility.

Assisted Living Facilities, Residential Care Facilities, and Memory Care Communities are regulated by the Department of Human Services Safety, Oversite and Quality Unit. Before the plan review, the healthcare provider must follow the market study process used by the Department of Human Services. After the plan review, facilities should contact the Safety, Oversight and Quality Unit for licensing of the long-term care facility.

Nursing Homes / Skilled Nursing Facilities are also regulated by the Department of Human Services Safety, Oversite and Quality Unit. Before the plan review, the healthcare provider must follow the letter of intent and application process of the Certificate of Need Program. After the plan review, facilities should contact the Safety, Oversight and Quality Unit for licensing of the long-term care facility.