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ACT NO. 6323
REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6323 - AN
ACT CONVERTING KABANKALAN PUERICULTURE CENTER IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF
KABANKALAN PROVINCE OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL, INTO A MATERNITY AND
EMERGENCY HOSPITAL, AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFORE
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Kabankalan Puericulture Center in the Municipality of Kabankalan,
Province of Negros Occidental, is hereby converted into a maternity and
emergency hospital under the Bureau of Medical Service, to be known as
the Kabankalan Maternity and Emergency Hospital. The chief of hospital
shall be appointed by the Secretary of Health upon the recommendation
of the Director of Medical, Services.
Sec. 2. No person shall be appointed chief of the
Kabankalan Maternity and Emergency Hospital unless he is a graduate of
a medical college recognized by the government, has passed the
examination for the practice of the medical profession given by the
Board of Medical Examiners and has been in the actual practice of the
medical profession for at least five years prior to his appointment.
Sec. 3. The Secretary of Health shall prescribe
the rules and regulations for the establishment and operation of the
hospital and shall also appoint the subordinate personnel of the same
for its proper operation to carry into effect the purposes of this Act.
Sec. 4. The chief of the hospital shall exercise
the powers, duties and functions that are generally granted to the
chiefs of government hospitals.
Sec. 5. The sum of one hundred thousand pesos is
hereby appropriated, out of any funds in the National Treasury not
otherwise appropriated, for the operation and maintenance of the
Kabankalan Maternity and Emergency Hospital for the fiscal year
nineteen hundred seventy to nineteen hundred seventy-one and,
thereafter, the same sum or so much thereof as may be necessary to
carry into effect the purposes of this Act shall be included in the
annual General Appropriations Act.
Sec. 6. This Act shall take effect upon its
Enacted without Executive
approval, June 19, 1971.
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