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North Dakota Critical Access / Acute Hospitals
North Dakota currently has 52 certified hospitals. Critical Access Hospitals account for 36 of the hospitals. There are 6 General Acute Hospitals, 2 Long Term Acute Care Hospitals, 3 Psychiatric Hospitals, 1 Rehabilitation Hospital, 2 Indian Health Services Hospitals, and 2 Transplant Hospitals. In addition to certification, North Dakota also licenses hospitals as Primary Care or General Acute. North Dakota has 30 hospitals licensed as General Acute, 16 licensed as Primary Care and 4 licensed as specialized hospitals.
List of Hospitals in North Dakota (Adobe PDF)
North Dakota Century Code and Administrative Rules
Food Establishments, Lodging Establishments and Assisted Living Facilities - NDAC 33-33-04 (Food Code 2008) (Adobe PDF)
SFN 8001, (Adobe PDF) Application for License to Operate a Hospital
The Rural Assistance Center (RAC) helps rural communities and other rural stakeholders access the full range of available programs, funding, and research that can enable them to provide quality health and human services to rural residents.
The Office of Community Assistance has additional general information on Critical Access Hospitals in North Dakota.
North Dakota Health Care Review serves as a link between healthcare providers and the community.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services provides additional information on licensing and regulations of Critical Access Hospitals.
Appendix W: Survey Protocol, Regulations and Interpretive Guidelines for CAH's and Swing Beds in CAH's
Appendix A: Survey Protocol, Regulations and Interpretive Guidelines for Hospitals
Appendix AA: Survey Procedures and Interpretive Guidelines for Psychiatric Hospitals
North Dakota Department of Health Publication (Hospital Happenings)
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