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Information about Division of Quality Assurance (DQA)

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Provider Types Regulated by DQA

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DQA Numbered Memos

DHS Forms

Construction/
Remodeling of Health Care Facilities

WI Nurse Aide Training and Registry Info

Caregiver Program/ Background Checks

WI Adult Programs Caregiver Misconduct Registry

Wisconsin Nursing Homes - Contacts

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See also Wisconsin Nursing Homes (consumer information)

You may E-mail the Division of Quality Assurance with your questions or comments.

If you have a complaint about a nursing home, contact the appropriate Regional Office

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Compliance History

Regional Offices or Wisconsin Nursing Homes

Fire Reporting

Henry Kosarzycki (414) 227-4951

All fires in a licensed health or residential care facility in Wisconsin must be reported to the Department of Health Services within 72 hours (check specific rule requirements).

  • You may use the Fire Report Form (Word, 78 KB) and fax to 608-264-9847. Questions about this process may be directed to the "Fire Authority" at 608-266-0224. Refer to DQA memo 12-013 for additional information.

Dietary

Vickie Bergquist (920) 983-3184

Minimum Data Set: Automation/Technical

Chris Benesh (608) 266-1718

RAI/Minimum Data Set: Education & Clinical Coding

Margaret Katz (715) 836-6748

Nursing

Vicky Griffin (414) 227-4705

Pharmacy

Douglas Englebert (608) 266-5388 or (262) 538-0271

Social Services

Dinh Tran (608) 266-6646

State Licensure - Medicaid/ Medicare Certification

Gail Hansen (608) 266-2966

Regulations

Bob Huncosky (608) 266-9697
Regional Offices

Surety Bonds

Dinh Tran (608) 266-6646

Survey Inspection Process

Regional Offices

Also see Nursing Home Consultation List for more contacts

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Last Updated: March 03, 2014