Hospitals and Health Services (Pathology) Regulations 2005


15/Jul/2005 - Current (at 31 Dec 2005)
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    4. Pathology-related functions of MHS

    (1) For the purposes of section 18(1)(b) of the Act, the MHS may

    (a) provide pathology services and related medical scientific services for the purpose of diagnosing and managing disease or protecting public health, being any pathology services or medical scientific services other than those that the MHS is empowered to provide under section 18(1)(a)(iii) of the Act by virtue of clause 3 of the Hospital and Health Services (Pathology) Approval 2005;

    (b) provide forensic biology services and forensic pathology services, including obtaining DNA profiles for forensic and other purposes, being any forensic biology services or forensic pathology services other than those that the MHS is empowered to provide under section 18(a)(iii) of the Act by virtue of clause 3 of the Hospital and Health Services (Pathology) Approval 2005;

    (c) conduct training and instruction in, and research into, services of a kind that the MHS is empowered to provide under paragraph (a) or (b) or under section 18(a)(iii) of the Act by virtue of clause 3 of the Hospital and Health Services (Pathology) Approval 2005; and

    (d) carry out any function ancillary to providing services or carrying out functions that are provided or carried out by the MHS under paragraph (a), (b) or (c), or under section 18(a)(iii) of the Act by virtue of clause 3 of the Hospital and Health Services (Pathology) Approval 2005.



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