Medical Facilities

Each bedroom to have 60” diameter clear turning space or “T” shaped space.

36” clear space at each side of bed.

Accessible door.
CBC 1109B.4

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One Response to Medical Facilities

  1. Virginia Branch says:

    I have a wheel chair bound sister whom was placed in a Board and Care Home in Orange, Ca. This home has only the standard size door openings, and is not bathroom safe. I had to remove my sister’s door in order for her wheel chair to barely fit through the door into her room, therefor she has no privacy. Because I have complained to “licensing”, the owner of this home is now evicting my handicap sister. Can the Board and Care Home be held responsible for not being ADA compliant? This home is federal and state funded.
    Thank you for quick reply.

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