Hospitals (Administration of Public Hospitals) Regulations 1940


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    11. Powers of Principal Medical Officer

    The Principal Medical Officer may transfer any public hospital patient to a home for the aged or infirm if he considers such transfer necessary, and provided the home receiving such patient is better equipped for dealing with such patient.

    The Principal Medical Officer may transfer any inmate of a home for the aged and infirm to any public hospital, if he considers such transfer necessary, and provided such public hospital has special facilities or equipment for treating such inmate.

    [Regulation 11 inserted in Gazette 2 May 1941 p.567; erratum in Gazette 28 September 1961 p.2747; amended in Gazette 23 January 1987 p.185.]



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