2011 California Code
Health and Safety Code
DIVISION 2. LICENSING PROVISIONS [1200 - 1795]
CHAPTER 3.93. Admission Contracts for Long-Term Health Care Facilities
(a) All contracts of admission that contain an arbitration clause shall clearly indicate that agreement to arbitration is not a precondition for medical treatment or for admission to the facility.
(b) All arbitration clauses shall be included on a form separate from the rest of the admission contract. This attachment shall contain space for the signature of any applicant who agrees to arbitration of disputes.
(c) On the attachments, clauses referring to arbitration of medical malpractice claims, as provided for under Section 1295 of the Code of Civil Procedure, shall be clearly separated from other arbitration clauses, and separate signatures shall be required for each clause.
(d) In the event the contract contains an arbitration clause, the contract attachment pertaining to arbitration shall contain notice that under Section 1430, the patient may not waive his or her ability to sue for violation of the Patient s Bill of Rights.
(Added by Stats. 1987, Ch. 625, Sec. 1.)
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