law exam 1 - Administrative Law Prof Edmundson Fall 1998...

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Page 1 of 5 Administrative Law Fall 1998 Prof. Edmundson Your exam number: ___ FINAL EXAMINATION INSTRUCTIONS - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY 1. This is an open-book, open-notebook examination. Remember the Honor Code. 2. The examination is to be answered in the blue books provided for you. What is not in the blue book, or not expressed in complete sentences, cannot be credited. 3. Put your EXAMINATION NUMBER ONLY in the space provided at the top of this sheet and on each blue book. DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME ON YOUR EXAM PAPERS. 4. When you have finished the examination, number your blue books to show how many you used and in which order (e.g. "1 of 2" and then "2 of 2"). Then please put the examination questions inside your first blue book, put any additional blue books inside the first, and then put the exam and blue books, so arranged, on the table at the front of the room. You must return the exam. 5. You will have three hours to work on the examination. 6. If more facts are needed to answer any part of a question, state what they are and why they are needed. Organization will be counted in determining your grade. Think BEFORE you begin to write. Illegible responses cannot be credited. Concise answers are welcomed.
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Page 2 of 5 EXAMINATION Question I. The Grady County Director of Public Health determines, by regulation, who may be a member of the “medical staff” of a hospital in the County. By state statute, only medical staff members have authority to admit patients and prescribe treatment. In 1977 the Director issued a regulation stating that a hospital’s medical staff consists of: individuals granted the privilege by the governing authority of the hospital to practice in the hospital. Any of the following who are granted practice privileges by a hospital shall be placed on a hospital’s medical staff: persons who are currently licensed by the Director as a Doctor of Medicine, M.D., Doctor of Dental Surgery, D.D.S., or doctor of Podiatric Medicine, D.P.M. The statute further provides that the Director may revoke the license of a hospital that violates these provisions. Until recently, the Director had never interpreted the regulation. But ever since 1977 the informal understanding of County hospitals and the Director’s staff has been as follows: A person who has one of the three named degrees and is given practice privileges by a hospital is automatically a member of its medical staff.
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