New Jersey Revised Statutes § 30:9-17 - Management Of Hospitals For Indigent Sick And Disabled; Rules And Regulations; Physicians, Superintendents And Other Employees; No Discrimination In Admission Or Treatment Of Patient

30:9-17. Management of hospitals for indigent sick and disabled; rules and regulations; physicians, superintendents and other employees; no discrimination in admission or treatment of patient
The management and control of all hospitals established under authority of section 30:9-16 of this Title shall be vested in the board of health of the city or cities wherein any such hospital has been or may be established, which board shall have power, from time to time, to make such rules and regulations as it may deem necessary or proper for the efficient management of such hospitals and the conduct of the affairs thereof; but no rule or regulation so made shall allow any preference to be shown in the admission of patients to such hospitals or in granting relief to the sick or distressed on account of difference in race, creed, color, national origin or ancestry of applicants for admission to or treatment in such hospitals. Such board of health shall have power to appoint such physicians and surgeons, superintendents and matrons, assistants and servants as the demands of such hospitals may require.

Amended by L.1945, c. 173, p. 602, s. 1.

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