S-5 - Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons

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4. Every person has the right to receive adequate, continuous and personal health services and social services from a scientific, human and social standpoint, taking into account the organization and resources of the institutions providing such services.
Immediately upon discharge by a physician or dentist, the beneficiary must leave the institution sheltering him.
An institution shall not cease to shelter a beneficiary who has been discharged unless his condition warrants his return home or he is assured of a place in another institution where he will be able to receive the services required by his condition.
1971, c. 48, s. 4; 1974, c. 42, s. 2; 1986, c. 57, s. 6; 1992, c. 21, s. 375.
4. Every person has the right to receive adequate, continuous and personal health services and social services from a scientific, human and social standpoint, taking into account the organization and resources of the establishments providing such services.
Immediately upon discharge by a physician or dentist, the beneficiary must leave the establishment sheltering him.
An establishment shall not cease to shelter a beneficiary who has been discharged unless his condition warrants his return home or he is assured of a place in another establishment where he will be able to receive the services required by his condition.
1971, c. 48, s. 4; 1974, c. 42, s. 2; 1986, c. 57, s. 6.
4. Every person has the right to receive adequate, continuous and personal health services and social services from a scientific, human and social standpoint, taking into account the organization and resources of the establishments providing such services.
Immediately upon discharge by a physician or dentist, the recipient must leave the establishment sheltering him.
An establishment shall not cease to shelter a recipient who has been discharged unless his condition warrants his return home or he is assured of a place in another establishment where he will be able to receive the services required by his condition.
1971, c. 48, s. 4; 1974, c. 42, s. 2.