Medical Care. Undersigned authorize the Released Parties to call for medical care for Participant or to transport Participant to a medical facility or hospital if, in their opinion, medical attention is needed. Undersigned agree to pay all costs associated with such medical care and related transportation.
Medical Care. Parents must comply with the School's quarantine regulations as applicable/varied from time to time. Parents are also asked to inform the School if they or the Student have travelled to or have been in transit in a country with a known contagious or communicable disease, illness or virus, particularly when the Parent or the Student have been at risk of exposure to such.
Medical Care. Medical Care rendered by a Participating Professional Provider in charge of the Member’s case while an Inpatient in a Participating Facility Provider that is a Hospital, Rehabilitation Hospital or Skilled Nursing Facility for a condition not related to Surgery or pregnancy, or except as specifically provided. Such care includes Inpatient intensive Medical Care rendered to a Member while their condition requires a Referred Specialist's constant attendance and treatment for a prolonged period of time.
Medical Care. I/We consent to any of the staff, employees, agents and representatives of School administering or consenting to the administration of such emergency medical care to the Student during the Athletic Activity, as such person deems appropriate in the circumstances, and hereby authorize medical treatment in case of emergency and to provide all relevant information requested in the emergency and medical information form below.
Medical Care. CRITERIA - IPA shall utilize the criteria for medical care that is established or approved by PacifiCare's Quality Assurance Committee as a standard reference in determining appropriate lengths of stay for hospitalized Subscribers or appropriate utilization patterns for referral to specialty services.
Medical Care. In connection with any Activities, I authorize Sierra Club to obtain, provide, and/or authorize medical care, treatment, and transportation to a medical facility for me (or Minor Participant, if any) if I cannot do so, and I will pay all associated costs. I authorize the release to any third parties of my (or Minor Participant's, if any) medical records and personal information, if necessary or useful for treatment, referral, billing, or insurance purposes.
Medical Care. The Resident shall provide medical care in accord with the By-laws and all UVMHN-CVPH policies, including those relating to patient care and non- discrimination. Consistent with the Corporation’s charitable and nonprofit objectives as well as to ensure compliance with all federal and state laws and regulations, the Resident shall see and treat patients regardless of their ability or inability to pay for services on the same basis as all other similarly situated patients of UVMHN-CVPH. The Resident shall also see and treat any Medicaid or Medicare patients presenting to the Resident at UVMHN-CVPH and will continually remain eligible for Medicare and Medicaid participation.
Medical Care. The item checked below applies to this child: The adoptive parent(s) will provide health insurance coverage for this child. Medicaid benefits are available to this child based on this child’s eligibility for title IV-E adoption assistance maintenance payments, as provided by the State Plan for title XIX of the Social Security Act and in accordance with procedures of the State where this child resides. Medicaid benefits may be available through the State Plan for title XIX because this child has a special medical or rehabilitative need. This child’s Medicaid eligibility is determined in accordance with procedures of the State where this child resides and may change over time due to changes in this child’s income.
Medical Care. Investor shall provide basic medical treatment, care, and attention to Employees and Dependents in accordance with Law and such standards as are generally applicable in Liberia, and within the Oil Palm Industry and such other standards as may be agreed upon between the Parties, subject to verification of the status of the Employee or Dependent by Investor or its nominee. Such treatment, care, and attention shall be free of charge for Investor’s employees and their Dependents. To ensure that adequate care is available for its employees and their Dependents, Investor shall construct or cause to be constructed in the Developed Areas, and during the Term maintain and operate or cause to be maintained and operated, estate outpatient health clinics which are designed, sized and staffed in accordance with Oil Palm Industry Standards and in a manner that is consistent with the staffing densities underlying the GVL Block Structure and which are reasonably consistent with standards established by the Ministry of Health or such other standards as may be agreed upon between the Parties. Investor shall similarly construct and operate or cause to be constructed and operated, at least one centrally located fully operational estate doctor hospital with basic facilities within ten (10) years of the Effective Date in accordance with Oil Palm Industry Standards and the GVL Block Structure, and consistent with standards established by the Ministry of Health or such other standards as 37 38 may be agreed upon between the Parties. Officials and/or Employees assigned to, resident in, and regularly working in the Developed Areas for a prolonged period of not less than one hundred twenty (120) consecutive working days in an official capacity shall, during the time of such assignment and residence, also be entitled to receive medical care on the same basis as Investor employees, along with the spouses and minor children of each such Official and/or Employee who have been registered as such with Investor. The number of such Officials and their spouses and minor children shall not exceed a reasonable number agreed upon from time to time by Government and Investor. Investor shall further provide reasonable access to such health facilities to members of local communities for ambulatory or emergency care. It is understood that “reasonable access” may include the imposition of fees that are reasonable in light of the economic level of such communities, it being understood that such fees ...