Rule 3701-84-18 | Facilities - solid organ transplant service.
Each provider of a solid organ transplant service shall have available adequate facilities and resources for the transplant service. The following shall be available on-site at all times:
(A) Sufficient operating and recovery room resources;
(B) Intensive care facilities allowing reverse isolation;
(C) A dialysis unit:
(D) Sufficient bed capacity to accommodate at least the minimum volume level specified by rule 3701-84-21 of the Administrative Code for the applicable type of solid organ transplantation;
(E) Clinical laboratory services that include facilities for coagulation monitoring and blood bank resources capable of providing at least twenty units of blood, platelets, and fresh blood products on demand;
(F) Microbiology laboratory experienced in processing the pathogens of opportunistic infection;
(G) Physical therapy services; and
(H) Electron microscopy.
(I) Accessible by gurney at all times:
(2) Cardiac catheterization;
(3) Diagnostic radioisotope scanning;
(5) Nuclear medicine;
(6) Routine diagnostic radiology;
(7) Computed tomography;
(8) Bone marrow biopsy;
(9) Diagnostic ultrasound;
(11) Nerve conduction;
(13) Pulmonary function; and
(J) A provider of a solid organ transplant service shall have access to laboratory facilities for histocompatibility testing that are certified by the American society for histocompatibility and immunogenetics at all times.