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SECTION 30.05
State identification of comprehensive care centers for eating disorders; commissioner's written notice
Mental Hygiene (MHY) CHAPTER 27, TITLE E, ARTICLE 30
§ 30.05 State identification of comprehensive care centers for eating

disorders; commissioner's written notice.

(a) The commissioner shall identify a sufficient number of
comprehensive centers to ensure adequate access to services in all
regions of the state, provided that, to the extent possible, the
commissioner shall identify such care centers geographically dispersed
throughout the state, and provided further, however, that the
commissioner shall, to the extent possible, initially identify at least
three such centers.

(b) The commissioner's identification of a comprehensive care center
for eating disorders under this article shall be valid for not more than
a two year period from the date of issuance. The commissioner may
reissue such identifications for subsequent periods of up to five years,
provided that the comprehensive care center has notified the
commissioner of any material changes in structure or operation based on
its original application, or since its last written notice by the
commissioner, and that the commissioner is satisfied that the center
continues to meet the criteria required pursuant to this article.

(c) The commissioner may suspend or revoke his or her written notice
upon a determination that the comprehensive care center has not met, or
would not be able to meet, the criteria required pursuant to this
article, provided, however that the commissioner shall afford such
center an opportunity for a hearing, in accordance section 31.17 of this
chapter, to review the circumstances of and grounds for such suspension
or revocation and to appeal such determination.