S-4.2 - Act respecting health services and social services

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242. The resolution of the board of directors accepting a physician’s or dentist’s application for appointment or renewal of appointment must set out, in addition to the status assigned in accordance with the regulation made under paragraph 3 of section 506, the privileges and the period for which they are granted, the nature and range of the medical or dental activities that a physician or dentist will be allowed to engage in at the centre, the obligations attached to the enjoyment of the privileges and the physician’s or dentist’s undertaking to fulfil them.
Where the institution operates a hospital centre, the resolution of the board of directors must also specify in which clinical department or service the privileges granted may be exercised. In addition, where an institution operates a hospital centre designated as a university hospital centre or a university institute, the board’s resolution must specify, if applicable, the breakdown of the clinical, research and teaching tasks assigned to that physician or dentist.
Privileges are granted for 18 to 24 months. They are renewed for a minimum period of one year and a maximum period of three years.
1991, c. 42, s. 242; 1992, c. 21, s. 70; 2005, c. 32, s. 117; 2017, c. 212017, c. 21, s. 37.
242. The resolution of the board of directors accepting a physician’s or dentist’s application for appointment or renewal of appointment must set out, in addition to the status assigned in accordance with the regulation made under paragraph 3 of section 506, the privileges and the period for which they are granted, the nature and range of the medical or dental activities that a physician or dentist will be allowed to engage in at the centre, and the undertaking of the physician or dentist to fulfil the obligations attached to the enjoyment of the privileges and determined on the recommendation of the council of physicians, dentists and pharmacists.
Where the institution operates a hospital centre, the resolution of the board of directors must also specify in which clinical department or service the privileges granted may be exercised. In addition, where an institution operates a hospital centre designated as a university hospital centre or a university institute, the board’s resolution must specify, if applicable, the breakdown of the clinical, research and teaching tasks assigned to that physician or dentist.
Privileges are granted for a maximum period of three years. They are renewed for a minimum period of two years, unless the application for renewal is for a period of less than two years.
1991, c. 42, s. 242; 1992, c. 21, s. 70; 2005, c. 32, s. 117.
242. The resolution of the board of directors accepting a physician’s or dentist’s application for appointment or renewal of appointment must set out, in addition to the status assigned in accordance with the regulation made under paragraph 3 of section 506, the privileges and the period for which they are granted, the nature and range of the medical or dental activities that a physician or dentist will be allowed to engage in at the centre, and the undertaking of the physician or dentist to fulfil the obligations attached to the enjoyment of the privileges and determined on the recommendation of the council of physicians, dentists and pharmacists.
Where the institution operates a hospital centre, the resolution of the board of directors must also specify in which clinical department or service the privileges granted may be exercised.
Privileges are granted for a maximum period of three years. They are renewed for a minimum period of two years, unless the application for renewal is for a period of less than two years.
1991, c. 42, s. 242; 1992, c. 21, s. 70.