Chapter 18.71 RCW



18.71.003Declaration of purpose.
18.71.011Definition of practice of medicineEngaging in practice of chiropractic prohibited, when.
18.71.015Commission establishedMembershipQualificationsDuties and powersCompensationOrder of removalVacancies.
18.71.017Rules by commissionSuccessor to other boards.
18.71.019Application of Uniform Disciplinary ActRequest for review of revocation order.
18.71.0195Disciplinary reportsConfidentialityImmunity.
18.71.021License required.
18.71.050ApplicationEligibility requirementsUnited States and Canadian graduates.
18.71.051ApplicationEligibility requirementsForeign graduatesWaivers.
18.71.055Schools of medicineRequirements for approval.
18.71.060Record of proceedings of commission and of applications.
18.71.080License renewalHuman trafficking informationContinuing education requirementFailure to renew, procedure.
18.71.083Maintenance of certification.
18.71.085Inactive licensesRenewalApplication of disciplinary provisions.
18.71.090License without examinationReciprocityNational board examineesFee.
18.71.095Limited licenses.
18.71.100Applicability of health regulations.
18.71.190False personation.
18.71.200Physician's trained advanced emergency medical technician and paramedicDefinition.
18.71.205Physician's trained advanced emergency medical technician and paramedicCertification.
18.71.210Physician's trained advanced emergency medical technician and paramedicLiability.
18.71.212Medical program directorsCertification.
18.71.213Medical program directorsTerminationTemporary delegation of authority.
18.71.215Medical program directorsLiability for acts or omissions of others.
18.71.220Rendering emergency careImmunity of physician or hospital from civil liability.
18.71.230Disciplinary action against persons exempt from licensure.
18.71.240AbortionRight to medical treatment of infant born alive.
18.71.250Down syndromeParent information.
18.71.300Impaired physician programDefinitions.
18.71.310Impaired physician programLicense surchargePayment of funds.
18.71.315Impaired physician accountCreated.
18.71.320Impaired physician programProcedures.
18.71.330Impaired physician programEvaluation of physician.
18.71.340Impaired physician programEntity records protected.
18.71.350Report of malpractice payments by insurers.
18.71.360Driving records.
18.71.401Funds collectedWhere deposited.
18.71.420Allocation of all appropriated funds.
18.71.430Secretary and commission relationship.
18.71.440Commission to consider amending rulesRetired active physicians.
18.71.450Pain management rulesRepealAdoption of new rules.
18.71.460CommissionInformation to legislature.
18.71.470International medical graduate implementation work groupMembershipDutiesReporting.
18.71.472International medical graduatesClinical assessment.
18.71.475International medical graduatesGrant funding.
18.71.800Opioid drug prescribing rulesAdoption.
18.71.810Opioid drugsRight to refuse.
18.71.910Repeal1909 c 192.
18.71.920Repeal1957 c 60.


Reviser's note: Certain powers and duties of the department of social and health services and the secretary of social and health services transferred to the department of health and the secretary of health. See RCW 43.70.060.
Abortion: Chapter 9.02 RCW.
Accepted medical procedures not to include adjustment by hand of any articulation of the spine: RCW 18.25.005.
Actions against, limitation of: RCW 4.16.350.
Actions for negligence against, evidence and proof required to prevail: RCW 4.24.290.
Audits and investigations: RCW 74.09.290.
Crimes relating to pregnancy and childbirth: RCW 9A.32.060.
Health professions accountFees creditedRequirements for biennial budget requestUnappropriated funds: RCW 43.70.320.
Homeless person vision services: RCW 43.20A.800 through 43.20A.845.
License of doctors as event physician for contestants in boxing, kickboxing, martial arts, and wrestling events: RCW 67.08.090.
Lien of doctors: Chapter 60.44 RCW.
Rebating by practitioners of healing professions prohibited: Chapter 19.68 RCW.
Regulation of practice of medicine and surgery, sale of drugs and medicines: State Constitution Art. 20 § 2.