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  Michigan Department of Community Health THE 2007 MINIMUM DESIGN STANDARDS FOR HEALTH CARE FACILITIES IN MICHIGAN BHS-HFS-557 (Format Only Rev. 04/05/10)  Authority: P.A. 368 of 1978, as amended The Michigan Department of Community Health will not discriminate against any individual or group because of race, sex, religion, age, national srcin, color, marital status, disability, or political beliefs. You may make your needs known to this agency under the  Americans with Disabilities Act  if you need assistance with reading, writing, hearing, etc. 1   2 THE 2007 MINIMUM DESIGN STANDARDS FOR HEALTH CARE FACILITIES IN MICHIGAN TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD SIGNIFICANT CHANGES FROM THE 1998 EDITION ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 General 1.2 Renovation 1.3 Design Standards for the Disabled 1.4 Provisions for Disasters 1.5 Codes and Standards 1.6 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act 1.7 Facility Conversions 1.8 Certificate of Need 2. DEFINITIONS 2.1 Handwashing Facilities 2.2 New Construction 2.3 Patient Holding Areas 2.4 Renovation 2.5 Equipment Installation 2.6 Ventilation Requirements for Isolation Rooms 2.7 Service Areas 2.8 Surgical Recovery Units 2.9 Nursing Unit 2.10 Patient Module 2.11 Resident Unit 2.12 Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) 3. SITE 3.1 Location 3.2 Facility Site Design 3.3 Environmental Pollution Control 4. EQUIPMENT 4.1 General 4.2 Classification 4.3 Major Technical Equipment 4.4 Electronic Equipment   3 5. CONSTRUCTION 5.1 Infection Control in Planning and Design 5.2 Phasing 5.3 Commissioning 5.4 Existing Conditions 5.5 Occupancy Approval 6. RECORD DRAWINGS AND MANUALS 6.1 Drawings 6.2 Equipment Manuals 6.3 Design Data 7. GENERAL HOSPITAL 7.1 General Considerations 7.2 Nursing Unit (Medical and Surgical) 7.3 Critical Care Units 7.4 Newborn Nurseries 7.5 Pediatric and Adolescent Unit 7.6 Psychiatric Nursing Unit 7.7 Surgical Suites 7.8 Obstetrical Facilities 7.9 Emergency Service 7.10 Diagnostic and Therapeutic Radiology 7.11 Procedure Rooms 7.12 Laboratory 7.13 Rehabilitation Therapy 7.14 Renal Dialysis Unit 7.15 Respiratory Therapy Service 7.16 Morgue 7.17 Pharmacy 7.18 Dietary Facilities 7.19 Administration and Public Areas 7.20 Medical Records 7.21 Central Services 7.22 General Stores 7.23 Linen Services 7.24 Cart Cleaning Facilities 7.25 Staff Facilities 7.26 Housekeeping Rooms 7.27 Engineering Service and Equipment Areas 7.28 General Standards for Details and Finishes 7.29 Design and Construction, Including Fire-Resistant Standards 7.30 Special Systems 7.31 Mechanical Standards 7.32 Electrical Standards   4 Table 1   Sound Transmission Limitations in General Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities   Table 2A   Ventilation Requirements for Areas Affecting Patient Care in Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities Table 2B   Temperature and Humidity Requirements for Areas Affecting Patient Care in Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities   Table 3   Filter Efficiencies for Central Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems in General Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities   Table 4   Hot Water Design   Table 5   Station Outlets for Oxygen, Vacuum (Suction), and Medical Air Systems 8. NURSING FACILITIES 8.1 General Conditions 8.2 Resident Unit 8.3 Resident Support Areas 8.4 Activities 8.5 Rehabilitation Therapy 8.6 Personal Services (Barber/Beauty) Areas 8.7 Chronic Ventilator Dependent Care Units 8.8 Alzheimer and Other Dementia Units 8.9 Dietary Facilities 8.10 Administrative and Public Areas 8.11 Linen Services 8.12 Housekeeping Rooms 8.13 Engineering Service and Equipment Areas 8.14 Details 8.15 Finishes 8.16-29 Reserved 8.30 Special Systems 8.31 Mechanical Standards 8.32 Electrical Standards 8.33 Dialysis Services Table 6A   Ventilation of Certain Areas of Nursing Facilities   Table 6B   Temperature and Humidity of Certain Areas of Nursing Facilities Table 7   Filter Efficiencies for Central Ventilation and Air-Conditioning Systems in Nursing Facilities
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