S-2.2, r. 2.1 - Minister’s Regulation under the Public Health Act

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27. A health professional with the authority to make a diagnosis or to assess a person’s state of health must report by telephone as soon as possible to the competent public health director,
(1)  acute broncho-pulmonary injury of chemical origin (bronchiolitis, pneumonitis, alveolitis, bronchitis or pulmonary edema); and
(2)  injury of the cardiac, digestive, hematopoietic, urinary, pulmonary or neurological systems where the health professional with the authority to make a diagnosis or to assess a person’s state of health has serious reason to believe that the injury is the result of an environmental or occupational origin to gases and asphyxiants.
The person reporting must send a written report to those directors within 48 hours of the telephone communication.
2019-012M.O. 2019-012, s. 27; S.Q. 2020, c. 6, s. 73.
27. A physician must report by telephone as soon as possible to the competent public health director,
(1)  acute broncho-pulmonary injury of chemical origin (bronchiolitis, pneumonitis, alveolitis, bronchitis or pulmonary edema); and
(2)  injury of the cardiac, digestive, hematopoietic, urinary, pulmonary or neurological systems where the physician has serious reason to believe that the injury is the result of an environmental or occupational origin to gases and asphyxiants.
The person reporting must send a written report to those directors within 48 hours of the telephone communication.
2019-012M.O. 2019-012, s. 27.
In force: 2019-10-17
27. A physician must report by telephone as soon as possible to the competent public health director,
(1)  acute broncho-pulmonary injury of chemical origin (bronchiolitis, pneumonitis, alveolitis, bronchitis or pulmonary edema); and
(2)  injury of the cardiac, digestive, hematopoietic, urinary, pulmonary or neurological systems where the physician has serious reason to believe that the injury is the result of an environmental or occupational origin to gases and asphyxiants.
The person reporting must send a written report to those directors within 48 hours of the telephone communication.
2019-012M.O. 2019-012, s. 27.