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36-439.04 - Colocation; outpatient treatment centers; health care providers
36-439.04. Colocation; outpatient treatment centers; health care providers
A. The governing authority of a licensed collaborating outpatient treatment center or a collaborating exempt outpatient treatment center, by agreement, may share common areas and may share nontreatment personnel with one or more exempt health care providers or one or more licensed counseling facilities pursuant to section 36-439.02.
B. Treatment areas that are licensed under an outpatient treatment center may also be used by an exempt health care provider or an exempt outpatient treatment center if the provider's treatment areas and hours of operation are clearly identified by signage to the public and notice to the department.
C. Notwithstanding subsections A and B of this section, a licensed or exempt outpatient treatment center may contract with or employ an exempt health care provider to provide health care services to the licensed or exempt outpatient treatment center's patients.