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Revised Statutes of the State of New Hampshire §161-F:14

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“Access to facilities, residents, and records under the public safety and welfare law”

In the course of an investigation, a long-term care ombudsman may enter and inspect the premises of a long-term care facility or government agent agency and inspect any medical record or other records that relate to the resident.

The long-term care ombudsman may also:

  • Visit, talk with, and make personal, social, and other appropriate services available;
  • Inform them of their rights and responsibilities under federal and state law; and
  • Engage in other methods of assisting, advising, and representing residents or clients to extend to them the full enjoyment of their rights.

Related laws:

Revised Statutes of the State of New Hampshire §161-F:16


Current as of June 2015