How much will my health care facility bond in Nevada cost?
The Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health requires health care facilities to submit surety bonds in amounts based on the number of people employed by the facility. The amounts are set as follows:
- Fewer than 7 employees = $5,000 bond
- Between 7 & 25 employees = $25,000
- More than 25 employees = $$50,000
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|Bond Type||Bond Amount||Cost|
|$5,000 Health Care Facilities and Services Bond Fewer than 7 employees||$5,000||$100|
|$25,000 Health Care Facilities and Services Bond 7 - 25 employees||$25,000||$250|
|$50,000 Health Care Facilities and Services Bond 26+ employees||$50,000||$500|
Why do I need this bond?
Nevada health care facilities and services surety bonds protect patients from any unethical and unjust practices performed by those licensed as nursing and care professionals or those engaged in health care services. This bond also ensures that health care facilities and service companies will provide adequate living spaces, high-quality care, and an environment that emphasizes autonomy and privacy for each patient.
What’s the fine print?
Nevada health care facilities and services—or simply care facilities and services—bonds are continuous until canceled. If the surety wishes to cancel this bond, 30 days’ notice prior to cancellation must be provided to the state.
How to become a health care facility in Nevada
Applicants must submit a completed license application to the Division of Public and Behavioral Health with all of the following information:
- Type of facility to be operated
- Age of applicant
- Services and type of care to be offered at the facility
- Facility location
- Name of individual in charge of facility
- Number of beds authorized by Director of the Department of Health and Human Services
- Surety bond in appropriate amount
The application fee an applicant will pay is determined by the State Board of Health and is determined by the type of facility.