2021 Georgia Code
Title 24 - Evidence
Chapter 12 - Medical and Other Confidential Information

Cross references.

- Power of Department of Community Health to require reporting of certain diseases and injuries, § 31-12-2.

Disclosure of medical records and other medical information pertaining to the mentally ill, the mentally retarded, alcoholics, and others, §§ 37-3-166,37-4-125,37-7-166.

Privilege of state officers and employees to refuse to disclose identity of persons furnishing information pursuant to medical or public health investigation by Department of Community Health, § 50-18-72.

Law reviews.

- For article, "Criminal Law," see 53 Mercer L. Rev. 209 (2001). For article, "The Medical Records Custodian's Perspective," see 6 Ga. St. B.J. 8 (2001). For article, "Evidence," see 27 Ga. St. U.L. Rev. 1 (2011).


Medical Malpractice - Use of Hospital Records, 22 POF2d 1.

Qualification of Medical Expert Witness, 33 POF2d 179.

Foundation for Admissibility of Hospital Records and X-Rays, 38 POF2d 145.

Qualification of Chiropractor as Expert Witness, 45 POF2d 137.

Protected Communication Between Physician and Patient, 45 POF2d 595.

Foundation for Admission of Thermogram, 46 POF2d 275.

Admissibility and Reliability of Electrocardiogram, 4 POF3d 73.

Use of CAT Scans in Litigation, 8 POF3d 145.

Proof of Paralysis, 67 POF3d 1.

Sexual Organ Injuries: Male Genitalia, 70 POF3d 229.

Traumatic Brain Injuries, 72 POF3d 363.

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