A sponsoring organization that organizes or arranges for the provision of voluntary
health care services at a location in this State shall ensure that at least one health
care provider licensed to practice in this State, with access to the controlled substances
reporting system established under G.S. 90-113.73, is located on the premises where the provision of voluntary health care services
is occurring. In addition, every sponsoring organization shall post in a clear and conspicuous
manner the following notice in the premises where the provision of voluntary health
care services is occurring:
Under North Carolina law, there is no liability for damages for injuries or death
alleged to have occurred by reason of an act or omission in the health care provider's
voluntary provision of health care services, unless it is established that the injuries
or death were caused by gross negligence, wanton conduct, or intentional wrongdoing
on the part of the health care provider.”
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