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DOH seeking proposals to expand long term care capacity

The South Dakota Department of Health (DOH) has identified a need for additional long term care nursing facility capacity in South Dakota. In response to the need, DOH is seeking proposals from long term care providers who are interested in obtaining additional long term care nursing facility beds.

Providers who wish to submit a proposal are encouraged to submit a letter of intent to DOH by Nov. 9. Proposals are due by Dec. 21. View the RFP for more information or contact Chris Qualm via email at chris.qualm@state.sd.us or phone 605-773-3356.

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