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Utah Admitting Privileges Law

This law was last updated on Dec 6, 2018




Admin Code § R432-600-13


No Longer In Effect


Admitting Privileges, Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers

Full Bill Text

Under Utah administrative rules regulating abortion clinics, a licensed abortion clinic must maintain either admitting privileges for the medical director or a written transfer agreement with one or more full-service JCAHO-accredited hospitals located within an overall travel time of 15 minutes or less from the clinic.

The transfer agreement shall include provisions for: (a) hospital admitting privileges for the clinic medical director or the attending physician; (b) transfer of information needed for proper care and treatment of individual transferred; (c) security and accountability of the personal effects of the individual transferred.


This law was passed in 1998.

Update #1

The rules were amended in 2017, removing the admitting privileges and written transfer agreement requirements.

New code as of October 1, 2017, can be found here.