N.J.S.A 44:5-10.2. Construction or enlargement of private health care facility; municipal appropriations

44:5-10.2. Construction or enlargement of private health care facility; municipal appropriations

Any municipality which has no health care facility therein maintained by such municipality, may appropriate a sum or sums of money to be applied for the purpose of constructing or enlarging any health care facility or health care facilities located in the municipality or in any other municipality in the county, which is supported by private charity and where such patients as may be sent thereto are supported and maintained and to which annual appropriations may be made by the municipality to maintain patients and to assist such health care facility in accordance with the chapter to which this is a supplement. The sum or sums so appropriated pursuant to this act shall be used and applied in constructing or enlarging such health care facility.

L.1954, C.266, p. 982, s.1, eff. DeC.27, 1954. Amended by L.1981, C.145, s.2, eff. May 14, 1981.

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