Nursing Home and Certified Boarding Care Home Moratorium Exception Application Materials
The Commissioner of Health is accepting written proposals from nursing homes and certified boarding care homes requesting funding through the moratorium exception process, according to Minnesota Statues, section 144A.073.
The amount of the legislative appropriation available for the total additional biennial costs to the Medical Assistance program for this Request for Proposals (RFP) is approximately $4,984,509.00.
Timeline for Proposals
Facilities that are interested in the moratorium project should submit a letter of intent by October 16, 2023. Completed proposals must be submitted to the Minnesota Department of Health no later than December 14, 2023.
Applicants have the opportunity to present their proposal by virtual public meeting to the Proposal Review Committee. The commissioner of health determines project proposals based on criteria established in law and rule no later than April 10, 2024.
Application Materials for Nursing Home and Certified Boarding Care Homes Moratorium Exceptions Proposals
- Application Materials (PDF)
- Engineering Summary Review Form (PDF)
- Appendix C1: Schematic Drawings (PDF)
- Beds per 1000 for Populations over 65 and 85, by County and Contiguous County Groups (May 2023) (PDF)
Applicants may submit questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Responses to questions are added to Appendix F of the Application Materials (PDF).
The Minnesota Department of Health's Health Regulation Division approved exceptions for the following facilities to the Nursing Home Moratorium on April 5, 2023, based on the recommendations of the Moratorium Review Committee.
- Catholic Eldercare, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, for $367,960
- Trinity Care Center, Farmington, Dakota County, $209,330
- Langton Shores, Roseville, Ramsey County, $140,574
- Oak Hills Living Center, New Ulm, Brown County, $242,066
- Pioneer Care Center, Fergus Fall, Otter Tail County, $372,482
- St. Williams Living Center. Parkers Prairie, Otter Tail County, $126,242
June 21, 2022
The Minnesota Department of Health’s Health Regulation Division approved exceptions for the following facilities to the Nursing Home Moratorium on June 21, 2022, based on the recommendations of the Moratorium Review Committee.
- Cerenity Care Center on Humboldt, St. Paul, Ramsey County, for $213,998
- Benedictine Health Center - Innsbruck, New Brighton, Ramsey County, for $187,267
- Saint Anne Extended Healthcare of Winona, Winona County, for $290,335
- Ebenezer Care Center, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, for $155,072
- Cuyuna Regional Medical Center, Crosby, Crow Wing County, for $285,093
- Aurora on France, Edina, Hennepin County, for $96,459
- Paynesville, Health Care Center, Paynesville, Stearns County, for $236,361
- Lifecare Roseau Manor, Roseau, Roseau County, for $232,496
- West Wind Village, Morris, Stevens County, $172,775
- Belgrade Nursing Home, Belgrade, Stearns County, for $149,017
- Bethesda Willmar, Willmar, Kandiyohi County, for $254,025
- Knute Nelson, Alexandria, Douglas County, for $228,845