New Hampshire Code of Administrative Rules
He - Department of Health and Human Services
Subtitle He-P - Former Division of Public Health Services
Section He-P 810.05 - Processing of Applications and Issuance of Licenses

Universal Citation: NH Admin Rules He-P 810.05

Current through Register No. 12, March 21, 2024

(a) An application for an initial license shall be deemed to be complete when the department determines that all items required by He-P 810.04(a) have been received.

(b) If an application does not contain all of the items required by He-P 810.04(a) , the department shall notify the applicant in writing of the items required to be submitted before the application can be processed.

(c) Any licensing fee submitted to the department in the form of a check or money order and returned to the state for any reason, shall be processed in accordance with RSA 6:11-a.

(d) Licensing fees shall not be transferable to any other application(s) .

(e) Unless a waiver has been granted, the department shall deny a licensing request in accordance with He-P 810.13(b) if, after reviewing the information in He-P 810.18(a) -(b) , it determines that the applicant, administrator, or a household member:

(1) Has been convicted of a felony in this or any other state;

(2) Has been convicted of a sexual assault, other violent crime, assault, fraud, abuse, neglect, or exploitation in this or any other state;

(3) Has had a finding by the department or any administrative agency in this or any other state for assault, fraud, abuse, neglect, or exploitation of any person; or

(4) Otherwise poses a threat to the health, safety or well-being of clients.

(f) All licenses issued in accordance with RSA 151 shall be non-transferable by person or location.

(g) Following an inspection, a license shall be issued if the department determines that an applicant requesting an initial license is in full compliance with RSA 151 and He-P 810.

#5635, eff 6-7-93; ss by #7006, INTERIM, eff 5-26-99, EXPIRED: 9-23-99

New. #8957, eff 7-27-07

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