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54.1-2400 – General powers and duties of health regulatory boards.
54.1-2400.01 – Certain definition.
54.1-2400.02 – Information concerning health professionals; posting of addresses on the Internet; providing personal information under certain circumstances prohibited; collection of address informati
54.1-2400.1 – Mental health service providers; duty to protect third parties; immunity.
54.1-2400.2 – Confidentiality of information obtained during an investigation or disciplinary proceeding; penalty.
54.1-2400.3 – Disciplinary actions to be reported.
54.1-2400.4 – Mental health service providers duty to inform; immunity; civil penalty.
54.1-2400.5 – Suspension of license, certificate, registration or other authorization issued by a health regulatory board upon delinquency; procedure; reinstatement.
54.1-2400.6 – Hospitals and other health care institutions required to report disciplinary actions against and certain disorders of health professionals; immunity from liability; failure to report.
54.1-2400.7 – Practitioners treating other practitioners for certain disorders to make reports; immunity from liability.
54.1-2400.8 – Immunity for reporting.
54.1-2401 – Monetary penalty.
54.1-2402 – Citizen members on health regulatory boards.
54.1-2402.1 – Appointments, removals, and limitation of terms of members of regulatory boards.
54.1-2403 – Certain advertising prohibited.
54.1-2403.01 – Routine component of prenatal care.
54.1-2403.02 – Prenatal education; cord blood banking.
54.1-2403.1 – Protocol for certain medical history screening required.
54.1-2403.2 – Record storage.
54.1-2403.3 – Medical records; ownership; provision of copies.
54.1-2404 – Itemized statements required upon request.
54.1-2405 – Transfer of patient records in conjunction with closure, sale, or relocation of practice; notice required.
54.1-2406 – Treatment records of practitioners.
54.1-2407 – Requirements for human research.
54.1-2408 – Disqualification for license, certificate or registration.
54.1-2408.1 – Summary action against licenses, certificates, registrations, or multistate licensure privilege; allegations to be in writing.
54.1-2408.2 – Three-year minimum period for reinstatement after revocation.
54.1-2409 – Mandatory suspension or revocation; reinstatement; hearing for reinstatement.
54.1-2409.1 – Criminal penalties for practicing certain professions and occupations without appropriate license.
54.1-2409.2 – Board to set criteria for determining need for professional regulation.
54.1-2409.3 – Participation of advisory boards in disciplinary proceedings.
54.1-2409.4 – Authority to receive laboratory results directly.