District Of Columbia Healthcare Background Check
Background Conditions For Checks for Health Care License, Registration, and A Certification:
Suppose the applicant for a license or registration is not or has not been registered, licensed, or certified in a different state. In that case, the person applying for the license or registration will be required to pass a fingerprint scan for a criminal background check (CBC). The license, registration, or certification will not be granted until the board has the power to regulate health professionals as per D.C. Official Code SS 3-1201.01 and 3-1201.01. is satisfied with examining the applicant's CBC according to the regulations within this chapter.
Suppose the applicant for licensure, registration, or certification, through endorsement, hasn't had an official state or FBI CBC conducted in the region from which he or she endorses within the past two (2)years. In that case, The applicant will be required to take an examination of fingerprint CBC.
Suppose the applicant for licensure, registration, or certification, through endorsement, has been endorsed by an official state and FBI CBC in the jurisdiction from which he/she has been endorsing in the last two (2) years. In that case, the applicant is required to go through a CBC in accordance with the name of the person applying, the gender, Social Security number, date of birth, and postal address.
Any person who renews the license or registration is required to go through a CBC that is based on the name search. This will include an applicant's name, gender, Social Security number, date of birth, and postal address. The CBC is scheduled for two calendar year periods, which coincides with the date of renewal for the particular profession. Learn more about the dc healthcare background check.
Anyone who is applying to be reinstated, reactivated, or for a higher-level license or registration in a particular profession will require a CBC when the applicant did not have a CBC completed within two years preceding the time of their application
Criminal background check requirements for health care licensing and long-term care personnel who are not licensed are following regulations and laws:
Healthcare Professional Licensing
"Licensed Health Care Professionals Criminal Background Check Amendment Act 2006" in effect from March 6, 2007. (D.C. Law 16-222), D.C. Official Code SS 3-1205.22 and.
Long-Term Care Employment of Persons who aren't licensed
Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Act of 1998, in effect April 20, 1999, as modified with the Health-Care Facility Unlicensed Personnel Criminal Background Check Amendment Act of 2002, in effect from April 13, 2002 (D.C. Laws 12-238 and 14-98), D.C. Official Code SS 44-551 and seq.
Updated on 2023-05-26 12:18:49 by larry coleman