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AGO 1954 No. 322 >  September 23, 1954
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE - MEDICAL CARE - CONTRACT PRICE PAID TO COUNTIES - FACTORS CONSIDERED - COUNTIES - ALSO UNDER DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE ‑- MEDICAL CARE ‑- CONTRACT PRICE PAID TO COUNTIES ‑- FACTORS CONSIDERED -- COUNTIES ‑- ALSO UNDER DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH The State Department of Health may consider the cost of adapting an existing county facility to the care of senile patients, in determining the contract price to be paid a county for services rendered in caring for public assistance recipients and medical indigents.
AGO 1953 No. 99 >  July 24, 1953
CITIES - COUNTIES - DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH - JAILS - JUVENILE DETENTION HOMES - MEDICAL CARE
CITIES ‑- COUNTIES ‑- DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ‑- JAILS ‑- JUVENILE DETENTION HOMES ‑- MEDICAL CARE 1. When an inmate of a city or county jail becomes ill or is injured and requires medical attention, being unable to pay for the services and not a recipient of public assistance, the city or county, i.e., the confining authority, is responsible for furnishing the medical services required. 2. When a ward in a juvenile detention homes becomes ill or is injured and the juvenile's parents are not financially able to provide the medical care and the juvenile is not a recipient of public assistance, the juvenile detention home shall provide the necessary medical services. 3. In the absence of a city ordinance or county resolution requiring the city or county to do so, cities or counties are not bound to arrange emergency medical care for those without funds, but not recipients of public assistance, but may very properly do so, and if either does so the cost is to be borne by either the city or county actually arranging or contracting the emergency medical service.
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