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How much does a Nevada health care facilities and services bond cost?
Nevada health care facilities and services bond costs start at $100 annually. Your exact annual premium will depend on the number of individuals your facility employs.
- The $5,000 bond for 1-6 employees costs $100 annually.
- The $25,000 bond for 7-25 employees costs $250 annually.
- The $50,000 bond for 26+ employees costs $500 annually.
You can also save money by extending your bond term by choosing our multi-year discount option during checkout.
How do you get a health care facility and service bond in Nevada?
You can purchase your health care facility and service bond online 24/7. Simply choose your bond amount and provide your business/facility name and physical address for Department of Health and Human Services filing approval. Once your payment has been processed, your official bond documents will be sent to your email instantly.
How fast can I get a health care facilities and services bond?
SuretyBonds.com offers instant Nevada health care facilities and services bond delivery 24/7. Complete your purchase now to receive your official Nevada surety bond delivered in minutes by email.
What is a Nevada health care facilities and services bond?
Nevada Revised Statutes 449.065 requires health care facilities and service providers file a surety bond before being licensed in the state. By filing this bond, health care facilities and service providers agree to operate according to state law, specifically Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 449. This bond specifically protects patients who suffer property damage resulting from a facility, agency, organization, or home that fails to protect their property. If a violation occurs, the issuing surety company will pay valid claims to harmed parties up to the full bond amount, which the facility or agency must reimburse in full.
Who needs a healthcare facility and service bond in Nevada?
The following facilities and agencies must file a surety bond to secure and maintain an initial or renewal license with the state.
- group residential facility
- in-home personal care services provider agency
- in-home nursing provider agency
- individual residential care home
- intermediate care facility
- skilled nursing facility
Who regulates health care facilities and services?
The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance enforces licensing requirements for the state's health care facilities and service providers. If you have questions about your license application, your current license status, or your required surety bond amount, you can call the department at 1(775)684-1030.
How do I file my Nevada health care facility bond?
You'll file your official Nevada surety bond with the Department of Health and Human Services Aging and Disability Services Division.
How do I update or change my health care facility bond form?
If the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services requires your bond form to be updated for any reason, contact your surety provider. If you purchased your bond from SuretyBonds.com, email [email protected] to explain the needed change. The most common changes requested for these bonds include updating the business/facility name or physical address.
How do I renew my Nevada health care facilities and services bond?
You must renew your Nevada health care facilities and services bond before its current term expires to keep your license in good standing with the state. Once you pay your SuretyBonds.com renewal invoice, renewal instructions will be sent to you to keep your bond active for your next license term.
How do health care facilities and service providers apply for a license in Nevada?
Complete the steps below to apply for your Nevada health care facility or service provider license.