Tennessee ALFA members subscribe to a philosophy which offers cost-effective, safe, personalized and quality care; fosters resident independence and individuality; allows residents’ choice of care and lifestyle; protects residents’ rights to privacy; nurtures the spirit of residents with dignity and respect; and involves family, friends and the community.
TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
BOARD FOR LICENSING HEALTH CARE FACILITIES
CLICK HERE FOR PDF OF RULES: 1200-08-25.20150625 TN AL Rules
CLICK HERE FOR BOARD FOR NEW INTERPRETIVE GUIDELINES FOR ALFS: BFLHCF -15 Interpr. Guidelines
To View These On The Websites:
Interpretative Guidelines: http://tn.gov/assets/entities/health/attachments/Interpretive_Guidelines.pdf
Agency Responsible for Regulating Assisted Living:
Department of Health, Division of Health Care Facilities
Ann Rutherford Reed
Web Site: http://tn.gov/health/article/hcf-about
Bill Haslam (R)
Next election: November 1, 2016
Ron Ramsey (R)
2016 Session Began: Noon on January 12th.
Long Term Care Ombudsman
Contact: Jerry Blasingame
TN Commission on Aging and Disability
Andrew Jackson Bldg.
500 Deaderick St., Suite 825
Nashville, Tennessee 37243