2016 Idaho Statutes
Title 39 - HEALTH AND SAFETY
Chapter 39 - STERILIZATION
Section 39-3915 - REFUSAL TO PARTICIPATE IN STERILIZATION.
39-3915. Refusal to participate in sterilization. No hospital shall be required to furnish facilities or admit any patient for sterilization procedures if, upon determination by its governing board, it elects not to do so. No physician, nurse, technician or other employee of any hospital, physician or governmental agency shall be required to assist or participate in any sterilization procedure if he or she, for religious or moral reasons, objects thereto. Any such objection shall be made in writing and shall state the reason for such objection. No refusal to accept a patient for sterilization procedures shall form the basis for any claim for damages or for recriminatory action against the declining person or hospital.
[39-3915, added 2003, ch. 189, sec. 2, p. 516.]
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