Cal. Code Regs. Tit. 22, § 71301 - Supplemental Service Approval Required

(a) Any licensee desiring to establish or conduct, or who holds out, represents or advertises by any means, the provision of a supplemental service, shall obtain prior approval from the Department, or a special permit if required by Section 70401.
(b) The provisions of this Article shall apply only to any supplemental service for which a special permit is not required.
(c) Any licensee who offers a supplemental service for which approval is now required under these regulations, is authorized to continue furnishing such service without obtaining approval until the Department inspects and evaluates the quality of the service and determines whether such service meets the requirements for the service contained in these regulations. If the Department determines that the service meets such requirements, it shall notify the licensee in writing. If the Department determines that the service does not meet the requirements, it shall so notify the licensee of all deficiencies of compliance with these regulations and the hospital shall agree with the Department upon a plan of corrections which shall give the hospital a reasonable time to correct such deficiencies. If at the end of the allotted time, as revealed by repeat inspection, the hospital has failed to correct the deficiencies, the licensee shall cease and desist all holding out, advertising or otherwise representing that it furnishes such recognized service.


Cal. Code Regs. Tit. 22, § 71301

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