N.J.S.A 44:4-112. Visitation of sick poor by official physicians and nurses

44:4-112. Visitation of sick poor by official physicians and nurses

When a physician or nurse who is employed by the governing body of a county or municipality is called upon or notified by the county welfare board of the county wherein the municipality is situated, with the consent and cooperation of the board where and whereby such physician or nurse is employed, to visit a poor person who is ill or injured, he shall make the visit and render such medical aid as the case may demand.

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