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Medical Director, Substance Abuse Clinic
1. Each substance abuse clinic shall have a licensed physician designated as the medical director. All medical services provided by the substance abuse clinic shall be under the direction of a physician, who shall be available on a regularly scheduled basis and otherwise on call. The medical director shall assume medical responsibility for all patients. The medical director shall direct medical services, either by acting alone or through an organized medical staff.
2. The medical director's responsibilities, acting alone or through an organized medical staff, shall include:
a. Establishing, reviewing, and maintaining medical policies and standards.
b. Assuring the quality of medical services given to all patients.
c. Assuring that at least one physician practicing at the clinic shall have admitting privileges to a general acute care hospital or a plan, as approved by ADP, for ensuring needed hospital services. For narcotic treatment programs, this requirement is the responsibility of the program sponsor and shall be met by the program sponsor entering into an agreement with a hospital official to provide general medical care in accordance with Title 9, CCR, Section 10340.
d. Assuring that a physician has assumed medical responsibility for all patients treated by the clinic (Title 9, CCR, Section 10110).
3. Documentation of assumption of medical responsibility shall include, but not be limited to, written approval of the treatment plan in accordance with Title 22, CCR, Section 51341.1 (h)(2)(A), or for narcotic treatment programs, Title 9, CCR, Section 10305, as specified in Title 22, CCR, Section 51341.1(h)(2)(B).
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