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  1. Georgia - Medical care and sickness benefit - Law, Act

    Law No. 3451 of 14 July 2006 on Psychiatric Care. - Legislation On-Line

    Adoption: 2006-07-14 | Date of entry into force: 2006-07-27 | GEO-2006-L-98932

    Chapter I: General provisions
    Chapter II: Patient rights and guarantees of protection
    Chapter III: Psychiatric aid
    Chapter IV: Primary psychiatric examination
    Chapter V: Organizational forms of psychiatric aid
    Chapter VI: Forensic psychiatric examination
    Chapter VII: Protection of medical secret
    Chapter VIII: Rights and social guarantees of psychiatric sphere worker
    Chapter IX: Transitional and conclusive provisions.

    Amendments adopted on 20 March 2015, in article 4 introduce notion of a beneficiary person; in para "g" of article 5 further develop provisions related to fundamental right of a patient to receive information about his/her health condition; in para "e" of article 5 modify provisions related to fundamental right of a patient to refuse treatment according to provisions of this law; introduces para. "t1" to article 5 on the right to participate in private law relations; modify article 7 on recognition as a beneficiary person; in article 8 modify provisions related to psychiatric care for minors of less than 16 years of age; in article 14 modify provisions on ambulatory psychiatric care; in article 15 modify provisions on stationary psychiatric care.

  2. Georgia - Medical care and sickness benefit - Law, Act

    Law of 8 June 2001 on Medical Activity. - Act (in Russian)

    Adoption: 2001-06-08 | GEO-2001-L-70290

  3. Georgia - Medical care and sickness benefit - Law, Act

    Law on Health Care (No. 1139 of 10 December 1997). - Legislation On-line in Georgian Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1997-12-10 | GEO-1997-L-90402

    Regulates legal and economic relations arising from citizens' right to healthcare, provides for a set of State social guarantees in this field. Chapter XVI deals with questions on Occupational Diseases.

  4. Georgia - Medical care and sickness benefit - Law, Act

    Law No.1139 of 10 December 1997 "On Health Care" as amended to 20 March 2015. - Legislation On-Line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1997-12-10 | Date of entry into force: 1997-12-31 | GEO-1997-L-98933

    Chapter I: General Provisions
    Chapter II: Citizens' Rights in Health Care
    Chapter III: Financing, Organization and Managing of Health Care System
    Chapter IV: On Awarding State Certificate
    Chapter V: Medical Activity
    Chapter VI: Medical Institution
    Chapter VII: Medicine and Pharmaceutical Activity
    Chapter VIII: Medical Technical Devices and Medical Technologies
    Chapter IX: Psychiatric Care
    Chapter X: The State Sanitary Surveillance and Hygienic Rate-Setting
    Chapter X: Control of Diseases
    Chapter XII: Socially Dangerous Diseases and Diseases Requiring Permanent Substitution Treatment
    Chapter XIII: Protection of Social Health and Primary Healthcare
    Chapter XIV: (Title removed)
    Chapter XV: Protection of Citizens' Health during Extraordinary Situations - Disasters and Technical Catastrophes
    Chapter XVI: Professional Diseases
    Chapter XVII: Medical Education
    Chapter XVIII: Professional Responsibility of Medical Personnel and Medical Institution
    Chapter XIX: Biomedical Research
    Chapter XX: Removal and Use of Human Organs, Parts of Organs, Tissues
    Chapter XXI: Donation of Blood and Blood Components
    Chapter XXII: Safe Maternity and Protection of Child Health
    Chapter XXIII: Family Planning
    Chapter XXIV: Critical Condition, Death and Euthanasia
    Chapter XXIV1: Medical Expertise
    Chapter XXV: Transitional Provisions
    Chapter XXVI: Final Provisions.


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