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(410 ILCS 70/3-1)
(Section scheduled to be repealed on June 30, 2021)
Areawide sexual assault treatment plans; submission.
(a) Hospitals, approved pediatric health care facilities, and approved federally qualified health centers in the area to be served may develop and participate in areawide plans that shall describe the medical forensic services to sexual assault survivors that each participating hospital, approved pediatric health care facility, and approved federally qualified health centers has agreed to make
available. Each hospital, approved pediatric health care facility, and approved federally qualified health center participating in such a plan shall provide such services as it is designated to provide in the plan agreed upon by the participants. An areawide plan may include treatment hospitals, treatment hospitals with approved pediatric transfer, transfer hospitals, approved pediatric health care facilities, approved federally qualified health centers, or out-of-state hospitals as provided in Section 5.4. All areawide plans shall be submitted to the Department for approval, prior to becoming effective. The Department shall approve a proposed plan if it finds that the minimum requirements set forth in Section 5-1 and implementation of the plan would provide for appropriate medical forensic services for the people of the area to be served.
(b) This Section is repealed on June 30, 2021.
(Source: P.A. 101-634, eff. 6-5-20.)