Inspections
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Types of inspections

Inspection report postings include the three most recent routine/monitoring inspections.  Routine inspections are done by Licensing Officers at licensed facilities to ensure compliance with the Community Care Assisted Living Act and regulations.  More frequent inspections are conducted at facilities that are not operating in compliance and that may pose a threat to the health and safety of persons in care.

What to expect when a Licensing Officer arrives

At the start of every inspection, the Licensing Officer will introduce themselves to the most senior staff on duty. Outline to the Licensee/Manager the reason for the inspection and what will be reviewed, which may include records, policies, procedures, and discussions with staff and persons in care. An organized process will allow a Licensee/Manager to supply Licensing Officers with the necessary information to conduct the remainder of the inspection independently.

Resources

 

MoH     PCQO