A licensed day care center has 30 days after the employment of a staff person or enrollment of a child to secure records requiring information from sources not in the control of the day care center, staff person, or child. The records include, but are not limited to, physical examination, reports by physicians and surgeons, and confirmation of required immunizations.
Where a wife is inseminated artificially with semen donated by a man other than her husband, the physician and surgeon must retain the husband's consent form as part of the medical record. The record must be kept confidential and in a sealed file. However, the physician and surgeon's failure to do so does not affect the father and child relationship. All papers and records pertaining to the insemination, whether part of the permanent record of a court or of a file held by the supervising physician and surgeon or elsewhere, are subject to inspection only through a court order.
Medical information disclosed to a county social worker, probation officer, or anyone who is legally authorized to have custody or care of a minor shall not be further disclosed by the recipient unless the disclosure is for the purpose of coordinating health care services and medical treatment of the minor and the disclosure is authorized by law. Medical information thus disclosed may not be admitted into evidence in any criminal or delinquency proceeding against the minor. But identical evidence obtained through other lawful means (i.e.