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

    Law No. 25 of 2015 Law for the Establishment of Private Health Care Institutions. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2015-07-21 | Date of entry into force: 2015-07-21 | IRQ-2015-L-102972

    Chapter I: Objectives and Establishments.
    Chapter II: Private Institution.
    Chapter III: General Provisions.

  2. Iraq - Medical care and sickness benefit - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Instructions No. (2) regarding spending the ordinary maintenance of the minor.

    Adoption: 1987-02-05 | IRQ-1987-M-3263

    English version published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Iraq, 8 Apr. 1987, Vol. 30, No. 14, p. 5. Provide for expenditures of sums in connection with a minor's illness or travel.

  3. Iraq - Medical care and sickness benefit - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Regulation No. 13 of the President of the Republic to amend the Sick Leave Regulation No. 76 of 1959.

    Adoption: 1985-07-25 | IRQ-1985-M-1768

    Concerns sick leave of persons in the public service. English translation in Official Gazette of the Republic of Iraq, 11 Sept. 1985, N. 37, p. 4.

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

    Public Health Law, Law No. 89 of 1981

    Adoption: 1981-08-17 | IRQ-1981-L-57211

    Makes provisions in order to provide for the enjoyment of citizens' rights to full physical, mental and social fitness. Chapter One governs general objectives and administrative organs. Part One establishes general objectives. Part Two governs administrative organs. Establishes the powers and duties of the Ministry Council and the Governate Health Council. Chapter Two governs preventative medicine. Part One governs primary health care. This concerns maternity, childhood, and family health care, school health care, protection of vision and hearing, dental prevention, nutrition, health education, mental health, and public health laboratories. Part Two provides for health inspections. Part Three governs the control of communicable diseases. Part Four provides for the conveyance of corpses and death burials. Part Five provides for the safety of drinking water. Part Six governs the breeding of animals. Chapter Three regulates curative health centres. Regulates public and private health institutions. Chapter Four makes administrative and penal provisions. Chapter Five makes concluding provisions.


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