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Mental Health Care and Treatment Regulations
Under the authority of section 8 of the Mental Health Care and Treatment Act , the Lieutenant-Governor in Council makes the following regulations.
(1) For the purpose of section 25 of the Act, any one of the locations referred to in the schedule shall be considered to be an appropriate place in which a person who is the subject of 2 completed certificates may be held pending his or her conveyance to a psychiatric unit for admission as an involuntary patient.
A person in charge of a place referred to in subsection (1) shall have, in addition to the powers conferred upon him or her by an Act respecting that place, the powers and duties of an attending physician or his or her designate as set out in section 11 of the Act respecting the custody and control of the person who is held in that place.
Reasonable limits on use of telephone
4. Where subsections 11(4) and 12(2) of the Act refer to reasonable limits on the use of the telephone, those reasonable limits shall be determined by considering:
, in the opinion of the attending physician or his or her designate, the use or continued use of the telephone would be detrimental to the evaluation or treatment of the person's mental disorder ;
(b) if continued use of the telephone would cause an unreasonable disturbance to other detained persons or patients;
(c) if continued use of the telephone prevents other detained persons or patients from using the phone after a reasonable period of time; or
(d) Calder Health Centre, Burgeo
(i ) Dr. Charles L. LeGrow Health Centre, Port aux Basques
James Paton Memorial Health Centre,
(p) Nain Nursing Station, Nain
(q) Natuashish Commuity Clinic, Natuashish
(r) Notre Dame Bay Memorial Health Centre, Twillingate
(t) Rufus Guinchard Health Centre, Port Saunders
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