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 How to Read an Inspection Report


The components that make up an inspection report include the provider’s demographic information, specific inspection information, and the findings regarding the standards that apply to the specific provider and the nature of their program. Each standard is given a status of compliance, noncompliance, not monitored or not applicable.

If a non-compliance has occurred the description and violation level will appear under the standard. Additional comments from the licensing specialist may also appear. A due date will appear if it is determined that the provider needs time to correct non-compliance items. “Completed at time of inspection” will be displayed when an item is corrected prior to the end of the inspection.

Class I Violations are required to be corrected immediately.