Notwithstanding any other provision of law, in cases of emergency in which a minor is in need of immediate hospitalization, medical attention or surgery and, after reasonable efforts made under the circumstances, the parents of such minor cannot be located for the purpose of consenting thereto, consent for such emergency attention may be given by any person standing in loco parentis to such minor.
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