AN ACT ESTABLISHING STANDARDS FOR SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY CARE IN HOSPITALS AND AMBULATORY SURGICAL FACILITIES.
House amendment #1 adds to the continuing education requirement set out in proposed GS 131E-79.3(d) and GS 131E-147.2(d) to additionally require individuals who qualify to practice surgical technology by meeting the requirements set forth in the exception set out in subsection (f) to satisfy the annual 15-hour continuing education requirement in order for a hospital or an ambulatory surgical facility to contract or employ the individual to practice.
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