Trained caregiver definition

Trained caregiver means a noncredentialed, unlicensed per- son who may not provide medical care to infants, working under the su- pervision of a registered nurse as defined in RCW 18.79.020(6).
Trained caregiver means a noncredentialed, unli- censed person trained by the establishment providing pediat- ric transitional care services to provide hands-on care to drug exposed infants. Caregivers may not provide medical care to infants and may only work under the supervision of an appro- priate health care professional. [2017 c 263 § 2; 2001 c 254
Trained caregiver means a noncredentialed, unlicensed

More Definitions of Trained caregiver

Trained caregiver means a noncredentialed, unli- censed person trained by the establishment providing pediat- ric transitional care services to provide hands-on care to drug exposed infants. Caregivers may not provide medical care to infants and may only work under the supervision of an appro- priate health care professional. [2020 c 115 § 6. Prior: 2017 c 263 § 2; 2001 c 254 § 1; 2000 c 93 § 21; 1977 ex.s. c 80 § 43; 1959 c 25 § 71.12.455; prior: 1949 c 198 § 53; Rem. Supp. 1949 § 6953-52a. Formerly RCW 71.12.010, part.]
Trained caregiver means a noncredentialed, unli- censed person who may not provide medical care to infants,
Trained caregiver means a noncredentialled, unlicensed person who may not provide medical care to infants, working under the supervision of a registered nurse as defined in RCW 18.79.020(6).

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