A physical evaluation and medical history shall be taken before the administration of oral conscious sedation to a minor, and the dentist who administers it to a minor shall maintain records of the physical evaluation, medical history, and oral conscious sedation procedures used.
Any information of a personal nature disclosed by a student 12 years of age or older in the process of receiving counseling from a school counselor is confidential, except to report child abuse/neglect.
A minor may consent to the minor's medical care or dental care if the minor is 15 years of age or older, the minor is living separate and apart from the minor's parents, the minor is managing the minor's own financial affairs. A physician and surgeon or dentist may advise the minor's parent of the treatment given or needed if they have reason to know the whereabouts of the parent.
Students under the age of 18 seeking enrollment California state colleges shall be exempt from the immunization requirement for hepatitis B if such person files a written statement by a physician or surgeon that that the person's condition makes immunization unsafe. The physician shall indicate the specific nature and estimated duration of the medical condition that contraindicate immunization.
Any medical personnel employed by, under contract to, or receiving payment from the state or local entity to provide service at the listed facilities, that receives information that an inmate or minor has been exposed or infected with AIDS, an AIDS related virus, or any communicable disease shall notify the officer in charge of the facility of such exposure or infection. The officer in charge of the facility shall notify all those at the facility who may have direct contact with the defendant or minor or with their bodily fluids of such infection or exposure.
Attorney General shall report annually to the Legislature concerning the information pertaining to the sexual abuse of children reported to the Department of Justice. No confidential information shall be released in the reports submitted to the Legislature.
As mandated reporters, a medical or nonmedical practitioner with reasonable certainty to believe that the child under 14 has been subjected to child abuse (can be ascertained through medical reports) must make a report to a child protection agency