Nev. Admin. Code § 440.098 - Birth certificate for homebirth: Filing by midwife; access to Electronic Birth Registry System

1. If a midwife provides sufficient documentation of his or her certification as a midwife and a current and valid state business registration, the State Registrar may grant the midwife access to the Electronic Birth Registry System of this State to file a birth certificate for a homebirth.
2. If sufficient documentation is not provided pursuant to subsection 1, to file a birth certificate for a homebirth, the documentary evidence required pursuant to subsection 2 of NAC 440.094 must be submitted to the State Registrar either in person or by mail.
3. The types of documentation that the State Registrar will accept from a midwife to establish access to the Electronic Birth Registry System pursuant to subsection 1 include:
(a) A license, certification, registration, permit or other authorization that grants the midwife the authority to engage in a profession or occupation in this State;
(b) Certification from the American Midwifery Certification Board;
(c) Certification from the North American Registry of Midwives; or
(d) A certification of completion for any other method of midwifery training or apprenticeship or from a school for midwifery approved by the State Registrar.


Nev. Admin. Code § 440.098
Added to NAC by Bd. of Health by R066-16A, eff. 11/2/2016
NRS 440.120

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