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Health Facilities Plan Review - Construction Permit
The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Bureau of Health Systems Health Facility Engineering Section (HFES) reviews the design & construction of healthcare facilities to ensure that safe, efficient, and effective delivery of healthcare is supported. A plan review and construction permit are needed before contracting for and initiating a construction project involving new construction, additions, modernizations, or conversions of a health facility or agency with a capital expenditure of $1,000,000.00 or more, a person shall obtain a construction permit from the department. To protect the public health, safety, and welfare, the department has promulgated rules to require construction permits for projects other than those described above.
New! Applications for these tasks are submitted and paid for online through the Michigan Business One Stop portal.
A. NAME OF PERMIT OR APPROVAL:
Health Facility Construction Permit
B. STATUTORY AUTHORITY:
C. APPLICABLE REGULATION:
Hospital Licensing Rules; Nursing Home Licensing Rules; Freestanding Surgical Outpatient Facility Licensing Rules; Hospice Licensing Rules; Homes for the Aged Licensing Rules; Conditions of Participation for Medicare/Medicaid
D. SUMMARY OF PERMIT/APPROVAL PROCESS:
1. Applicability (activities that require the permit)
Construction or Renovation of a Health Care Facility
2. Pre-Application Requirements
Homes for the Aged - Apply for licensure with Department of Human Services; Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Freestanding Surgical Outpatient Facilities - Certificate of Need (if applicable)
3. Application Submission Requirements
Requirements include Application for Plan Review Form, Plan Review Fee (see application for fee schedule), Operational Narrative, and Plans & Specifications sealed by an architect or engineer registered in the State of Michigan.
4. Procedures and Time-Frame for Obtaining Permit or Approval
Submit application, plan review fee, operational narrative, schematic plans and receive comments in less than 6 weeks. Submit preliminary plans with response to comments, and receive additional comments in less than 6 weeks. Submit final plans and specifications with response to comments, and receive additional comments in less than 6 weeks. Submit acceptable response to all comments, obtain Bureau of Fire Services approval, and receive Construction Permit.
5. Operational Requirements
Based on Project Cost - Calculation available on application form
7. Appeal Process
No formal process prescribed.
8. Public Input Opportunities
September 10, 2010
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