The Nevada State Health and Human Services, State Health Division of Public and Behavioral Health, requires the following agencies and facilities to be licensed and to obtain a surety bond. Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF), Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF), Intermediate Care Facilities for MR or Persons With Developmental Disabilities (IMR), Residential Facilities for Groups (AGC), Facilities for Refractive Surgery (LSK), Personal Care Attendant Agencies (PCA), Homes for Individual Residential Care (HIC), Home Health Agencies (HHA or HBR), Intermediary Service Organization (ISO)
Each agency and facility type has different requirements for the licensing process. This includes fees, documentation of partnership agreement or articles of incorporation, certificate of insurance, lease agreement, financial statements, resumes and reference letters, floor plans, zoning approval, criminal background checks, etc.
The surety bond requirement for a refractive surgery facility is dependent on the number of employees as follows:
The surety bond requirement for all other facilities listed above is based on the number of employees as follows:
The premium that you pay for a Nevada Care Facilities and Services Surety Bond is dependent on owner's credit and the bond amount required. If the required bond amount is over $50,000, business and personal financial statements will be needed.
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