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Health Services Authority Law (2010 Revision)

Cayman Islands Governor of the Cabinet Country Resources General Health Legislation Cayman Islands 25 October 2010 Legislation/regulation child and adolescent mental health, health service

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PART I-Introductory
1. Short title
2. Definitions
PART II-Establishment, Capital and Administration of Authority
3. Establishment of Cayman Islands Health Services Authority and vesting of property
4. Use of seal and authentication of documents
5. Authority to have general management of health care facilities
6. Capital and borrowing powers of Authority
6A. Establishment of the Cayman Islands Health Foundation and the Cayman Islands Health Foundation Committee
7. Reserve fund
8. Constitution of Board of Authority
9. Meetings of Board
10. Disclosure of directors’ interests
11. Directors’ pecuniary interests
12. Immunity
13. Indemnity
14. Chief Executive Officer
15. Power to employ staff, etc.
16. Transfer of public servants to Authority
17. Fees
18. Responsible financial management
19. Powers of the Authority regarding funds, gifts, land, etc.
20. Application of funds by Authority
21. Budget
22. Accounts of Authority
23. Governor in Cabinet’s power to direct
24. Audit of accounts
25. Power of Director of Internal Audit Unit
26. Reports and agreements of Authority
27. Annual ownership agreement
28. Half yearly report
29. Annual report
30. Exclusion of commercially sensitive matters
31. Minister and Financial Secretary may require returns, etc.
PART III-General
32. Disposal of premises no longer required by Authority
33. Minister may give general directions
34. Regulations
35. Rules
36. Pension fund
37. Medical care for employees of Authority and applicability of Health Insurance Law (2005 Revision)
38. Fees at health care facilities
First Schedule: Property to be vested in Authority
Second Schedule: Budget process
Third Schedule: Ownership performance measures
Fourth Schedule: Forecast financial statements
Fifth Schedule: Half-year financial statements
Sixth Schedule: Annual financial statements

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