17:48E-68 Foundations; board, membership.
20. a. (Deleted by amendment, Phamplet Law 2013, Chapter 253)
b. The foundation created pursuant to section 19 of Phamplet Law 2001, Chapter 131 (C. 17:48E-67) shall have a board of directors consisting of 15 memberS.Seven members shall be appointed by the Governor, including two public members, one physician licensed to practice medicine in New Jersey, one licensed health care provider other than a physician, one representative of the dental community, one representative of a community based organization that provides or assists in providing health care or health care services to New Jersey residents and one representative of the AFL-CIO. Three members shall be appointed by the President of the Senate, including one public member, one representative of the hospital community and one physician licensed to practice medicine in New Jersey. One public member shall be appointed by the Minority Leader of the Senate. Three members shall be appointed by the Speaker of the General Assembly, including one public member, one representative of the hospital community and one representative of a community based organization that provides or assists in providing health care or health care services to New Jersey residentS.One public member shall be appointed by the Minority Leader of the General Assembly. The members of the board of the foundation shall be appointed for a term of three yearS.Each member shall hold office until reappointed or a successor is appointed and qualified. A vacancy in the membership of the board shall be filled for an unexpired term in the same manner provided for the original appointment. Members shall serve without fee or compensation. The foundation shall commence its activities upon the appointment of at least a majority of its initial board of directorS.In the event more than one foundation is established pursuant to Phamplet Law 2001, Chapter 131 (C. 17:48E-49 et seq.), the board of directors of any such additional foundations shall be appointed in compliance with the requirements of this subsection.
L.2001, C. 131, S.20; amended 2001, C. 387; 2013, C. 253, S.2.
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