|INCIDENTAL MEDICAL SERVICES PLAN. In accordance with California Health & Safety Code 1597.54(h) - The Incidental Medical Service Plan of Operation includes administering: Blood Glucose Testing, Inhaled Medicines (asthma/bronchitis), Epi-Pen, Glucagon, G-Tube, and/or carrying out Medical Orders. |
Incidental Medical Services Plan were discussed with Licensee on this date and time.
Licensee understands that a written Plan of Operation (POO) must be submitted and approved by the Department within 30 days of this report to administer any of the above medications/services to the children in care and shall include: storage of medication and equipment/supplies, and documentation in the children’s, personnel, and administrative records. Please refer to Title 22, Division 12, Chapter 1, Article 03, Regulation 101173(c) Plan of Operation.
INCIDENTAL MEDICAL PLAN ON FILE 10/06/16.
This facility provides Incidental Medical Services – IMS. LPA reviewed storage of medication and equipment/supplies, and reviewed children’s, personnel, and administrative records.
See LIC809D for cited deficiencies in accordance with the California Code of Regulations Title 22, Division 12.
An exit interview was conducted, Notice of Site Visit posted, Appeal Rights discussed, and a copy of this report was provided to the director, Deborah Sornoso.
The Notice of Site Visit from today’s visit must be posted for 30 days. Failure to keep these posted for the entire 30 days will result in an immediate $100 civil penalty for each.
A copy of this report must be made available to the public for 3 years.