2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 33 - PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
CHAPTER 34 - LICENSING OF CLINICAL LABORATORIES AND BLOOD BANKS
33-34-107. Acceptance, collection, identification and examination of specimens.


WY Stat § 33-34-107 (through 2012) What's This?

(a) A clinical laboratory shall examine human specimens only at the request of a licensed physician, dentist or other person authorized by law to use the findings of laboratory examinations.

(b) The results of a test shall only be reported to or as directed by the person who requested it. The reports shall include the name of the director and the name and address of the clinical laboratory in which the test was actually performed.

(c) All specimens accepted by a clinical laboratory shall be tested on the premises unless forwarded to another properly licensed clinical laboratory. Any tests made outside Wyoming must be made by a laboratory having a valid federal interstate license.

(d) Only a licensed physician or an authorized person may collect specimens.

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