Arizona Administrative Code
Title 9 - HEALTH SERVICES
Chapter 6 - DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICE - COMMUNICABLE DISEASES AND INFESTATIONS
Article 2 - COMMUNICABLE DISEASE AND INFESTATION REPORTING
Section R9-6-207 - Federal or Tribal Entity Reporting

Universal Citation: AZ Admin Code R 9-6-207

Current through Register Vol. 30, No. 12, March 22, 2024

A. To the extent permitted by law, a federal or tribal entity shall comply with the reporting requirements in this Article as follows:

1. If the federal or tribal entity is participating in the diagnosis or treatment of an individual, the federal or tribal entity shall comply with the reporting requirements in R9-6-202 and Table 2.1 for a health care provider;

2. If the federal or tribal entity is operating a facility that provides health care services, the federal or tribal entity shall comply with the reporting requirements in R9-6-202 and Table 2.1 for an administrator of a health care institution;

3. If the federal or tribal entity is operating a correctional facility, the federal or tribal entity shall comply with the reporting requirements in R9-6-202 and Table 2.1 for an administrator of a correctional facility;

4. If the federal or tribal entity is operating a facility that provides child care services, the federal or tribal entity shall comply with the reporting requirements in R9-6-203 and Table 2.2 for an administrator of a child care establishment;

5. If the federal or tribal entity is operating a facility that offers instruction to students in a grade level from kindergarten through grade 12, a college or university, a "private vocational program" as defined in A.R.S. § 32-3001, or an institution that grants a "degree" as defined in A.R.S. § 32-3001, the federal or tribal entity shall comply with the reporting requirements in R9-6-203 and Table 2.2 for an administrator of a school;

6. If the federal or tribal entity is operating a clinical laboratory, the federal or tribal entity shall comply with the reporting requirements in R9-6-204 and Table 2.3 for a clinical laboratory director; and

7. If the federal or tribal entity is operating a facility that provides pharmacy services, the federal or tribal entity shall comply with the reporting requirements in R9-6-205 for an administrator of a pharmacy.

B. For the purposes of this Section, "federal or tribal entity" means a person operating within this state, whether on federal or tribal land or otherwise, under the authority of an agency or other administrative subdivision of the federal government or a tribal nation and who is:

1. Licensed as a doctor of allopathic, naturopathic, osteopathic, or homeopathic medicine under the laws of this or another state;

2. Licensed as a physician assistant under the laws of this or another state;

3. Licensed as a registered nurse practitioner under the laws of this or another state;

4. Licensed as a dentist under the laws of this or another state;

5. Operating a facility that provides health care services;

6. Operating a correctional facility;

7. Operating a facility that provides child care services;

8. Operating a facility that offers instruction to students in a grade level from kindergarten through grade 12, a college or university, a "private vocational program" as defined in A.R.S. § 32-3001, or an institution that grants a "degree" as defined in A.R.S. § 32-3001;

9. Operating a clinical laboratory; or

10. Operating a facility that provides pharmacy services

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