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Section 3702.511 | Reviewable activities relating to long-term care facilities.

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(A) Except as provided in division (B) of this section and section 3702.512 of the Revised Code, the following activities are reviewable under sections 3702.51 to 3702.62 of the Revised Code:

(1) Establishment, development, or construction of a new long-term care facility;

(2) Replacement of an existing long-term care facility;

(3) Renovation of or addition to a long-term care facility that involves a capital expenditure of four million dollars or more, not including expenditures for equipment, staffing, or operational costs;

(4) An increase in long-term care bed capacity;

(5) A relocation of long-term care beds from one physical facility or site to another, excluding relocation of beds within a long-term care facility or among buildings of a long-term care facility at the same site;

(6) Expenditure of more than one hundred ten per cent of the maximum expenditure specified in a certificate of need concerning long-term care beds;

(7) Any failure to conduct a reviewable activity in substantial accordance with the approved application for which a certificate of need was granted, including a change in the site, if the failure occurs within five years after implementation of the reviewable activity for which the certificate was granted.

(B) The following activities are not subject to review under sections 3702.51 to 3702.62 of the Revised Code:

(1) Acquisition of computer hardware or software;

(2) Acquisition of a telephone system;

(3) Construction or acquisition of parking facilities;

(4) Correction of cited deficiencies that constitute an imminent threat to public health or safety and are in violation of federal, state, or local fire, building, or safety statutes, ordinances, rules, or regulations;

(5) Acquisition of an existing long-term care facility that does not involve a change in the number of the beds;

(6) Mergers, consolidations, or other corporate reorganizations of long-term care facilities that do not involve a change in the number of beds;

(7) Construction, repair, or renovation of bathroom facilities;

(8) Construction of laundry facilities, waste disposal facilities, dietary department projects, heating and air conditioning projects, administrative offices, and portions of medical office buildings used exclusively for physician services;

(9) Removal of asbestos from a health care facility.

Only that portion of a project that is described in this division is not reviewable.

Last updated August 16, 2021 at 3:54 PM

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