Commission Meeting Information

Commission Meeting Information

Notice about Submissions of Support and Opposition Letters:

In order that the Commission may have sufficient time to review the meeting packet, please submit all support, rebuttal, and comments for matters on the Commission's agenda no later than noon (central time) on the thirteenth day before the meeting at which that matter will be heard.  The parties are encouraged to provide 20 copies.  In accordance with TCA Section 68-11-1609(g)(1), any health care institution wishing to oppose a Certificate of Need application must file a written objection with the Commission and serve a copy on the contact person for the application no later than fifteen days before the Commission meeting at which time the application is originally scheduled.

Note:  Due to legislative activities during the year at the Cordell Hull Building, the monthly agency meetings will be held at different locations. Please consult the agenda for the location of the meeting.

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Board for Licensing Health Care Facilities Meetings

The Board for Licensing Health Care Facilities consists of eighteen members who are appointed by the Governor, including two physicians, one dentist, one pharmacist, one registered nurse, two hospital administrators of acute care hospitals, one osteopathic physician, three representatives of the nursing home industry with one from a hospital-operated nursing home, one architect, one operator of a home care organization, one operator of a residential home for aged, two consumer members, and two ex-officio members namely the Commissioner or designee, and executive director of the Commission on Aging. The Commissioner or designee shall serve as chair of the Board. The appointments to the Board shall be for four year terms. A quorum for the transaction of all business is ten members.The Board is empowered to license and regulate all hospitals, recuperation centers, nursing homes, homes for the aged, home care organizations, assisted living facilities, birthing centers, residential hospices, and ambulatory surgical treatment facilities.The Board is required to adopt or promulgate fire and life safety code regulations and minimum standards for patient care in health care facilities, set minimum compliance standards or regulations and specifications for construction plans of health care facilities and conduct annual compliance inspections.The Board may suspend or revoke licenses for chronic violations of federal or state laws or regulations or for any other practice deemed detrimental to patient health, safety, or welfare.

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Unless otherwise noted, all events take place at 665 Mainstream Dr., MetroCenter.


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