Utah Administrative Code
Health
Title R436 - Center for Health Data, Vital Records and Statistics.
Rule R436-9 - Persons and Institutions Required to Keep Monthly Listings of Vital Statistics Events.
R436-9-1 - Persons and Institutions Required to Keep Monthly Listings of Vital Statistics Events.

Universal Citation: UT Admin Code R 436-9-1

Hospitals, birthing centers, and maternity homes shall prepare a monthly listing of all births that occurred in their facilities. This listing shall include the date of birth, the parents' names, the sex of the child and the name of the medical attendant. The aforementioned facilities shall also gather and keep in their files all the information needed to complete the birth certificates for these deliveries. Hospitals are also required to include on the listing all induced abortions (names not required) occurring in their facility.

Hospitals and nursing homes shall prepare a monthly listing of all the deaths and fetal deaths that occurred in their institutions. The listing should include date of death, name of the deceased, age, name of the medical attendant, name of the funeral director or the person acting as such.

Funeral directors shall keep a listing of all deaths for which they conducted a funeral or provided a casket. The funeral director's listing shall include the county where the death occurred in addition to the required identifying information. Sextons or other persons in charge of cemeteries shall prepare a listing of all burials and other dispositions in their cemeteries. The listing should include the date of death, name of the deceased, age, county where death occurred, and name of the funeral director or the person in charge of the burial.

The above listings shall be prepared in triplicate on forms provided by the State Registrar. One copy is to be sent to the State Registrar, one to the local registrar of the area where the facility is located, and the third is to be kept by the agency which prepared it.

These reports are to be mailed by the tenth of the month following the month of occurrence.

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