§ 5-54-28. Participation in charitable and voluntary care.
A physician assistant licensed in this state, or licensed or authorized to practice in any other U.S. jurisdiction, or who is credentialed by a federal employer or meets the licensure requirements of his or her requisite federal agency as a physician assistant may volunteer to render such care that he or she is able to provide at a children's summer camp or for a public or community event or in a licensed ambulatory health center providing free care. Such care must be rendered without compensation or remuneration. It is the obligation of the physician assistant to assure adequate and appropriate professional liability coverage.
(P.L. 2019, ch. 197, § 2; P.L. 2019, ch. 230, § 2.)