Section 5123.11 | Residency medical and psychological training programs.
(A) The director of developmental disabilities may enter into an agreement with the boards of trustees or boards of directors of two or more universities in which there is a college of medicine or college of osteopathic medicine, or of two or more colleges of medicine or colleges of osteopathic medicine, or any combination of those universities and colleges, to establish, manage, and conduct residency medical training programs. The agreement may also provide for clinical clerkships for medical students. The director shall also enter into an agreement with the boards of trustees or boards of directors of one or more universities in which there is a school of professional psychology to establish, manage, and conduct residency psychological training programs.
(B) The department shall pay all costs incurred by a university or college that relate directly to the training of resident physicians or psychologists in programs developed under this section. The director of developmental disabilities shall ensure that any procedures and limitations imposed for the purpose of reimbursing universities or colleges, or for direct payment of residents' salaries, are incorporated into agreements between the department and the universities or colleges. Any agreement shall provide that residency training for a physician shall not exceed four calendar years.
Available Versions of this Section
- October 6, 2009 – Senate Bill 79 - 128th General Assembly [ View October 6, 2009 Version ]