New Mexico Administrative Code
Title 7 - HEALTH
Chapter 7 - HOSPITALS
Part 2 - REQUIREMENTS FOR ACUTE CARE, LIMITED SERVICES AND SPECIAL HOSPITALS
Section 7.7.2.9 - TYPES OF LICENSE

Universal Citation: 7 NM Admin Code 7.7.2.9

Current through Register Vol. 35, No. 6, March 26, 2024

A. "Annual license": an annual license is issued for a one-year period to a hospital that has met all requirements of these requirements.

B. "Temporary license": the licensing authority may, at its sole discretion, issue a temporary license prior to the initial state licensing survey, or when the licensing authority finds partial compliance with these requirements.

(1) A temporary license shall cover a period of time, not to exceed 120 days, during which the facility must correct all specified deficiencies.

(2) In accordance with Section 24-1-5(D) NMSA 1978, no more than two consecutive temporary licenses shall be issued.

C. "Amended license": a licensee must apply to the licensing authority for an amended license when there is any change of administrator, name, location, capacity, classification of any unit as listed in these requirements:

(1) the application must be on a form provided by the licensing authority;

(2) application must be accompanied by the required fee for an amended license; and

(3) application must be submitted at least 10 working days prior to the change.

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