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H*3484
Session 103 (1979-1980) 

H*3484(Rat #0500, Act #0430 of 1980)  General Bill, By R.L. Helmly, P. Freeman, 
J.W. Graves, B.L. Hendricks, C.E. Hodges, S.H. Howard, T.L. Hughston, 
H.H. Keyserling, T.G. Mangum, T.M. Marchant, R.L. McFadden, J.B. Meyers, 
M.E. Nunnery, J.M. Rucker and J.H. Toal
 A Bill to amend Section 44-7-1430, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976,
 relating to definitions under the Hospital Revenue Bond Act, so as to include
 retirement home facilities in the definition of hospital facilities.

   02/12/80  House  Introduced and read first time HJ-872
   02/12/80  House  Referred to Committee on Ways and Means HJ-872
   04/09/80  House  Committee report: Favorable Ways and Means HJ-1932
   04/15/80  House  Read second time HJ-2071
   04/16/80  House  Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-2104
   04/16/80  Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-35
   04/16/80  Senate Referred to Committee on Finance SJ-35
   05/06/80  Senate Recalled from Committee on Finance SJ-5
   05/08/80  Senate Read second time SJ-16
   05/13/80  Senate Read third time and enrolled SJ-20
   05/21/80  House  Ratified R 500 HJ-2964
   05/22/80         Signed By Governor
   05/22/80         Effective date 05/22/80
   05/22/80         Act No. 430
   06/03/80         Copies available



(A430, R500, H3484)

AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION 44-7-1430, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO DEFINITIONS UNDER THE HOSPITAL REVENUE BOND ACT, SO AS TO INCLUDE RETIREMENT HOME FACILITIES IN THE DEFINITION OF HOSPITAL FACILITIES.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina:

Definition

Section 1. Item (d) of Section 44 7-1430 of the 1976 Code is amended on line eleven by adding "retirement home facilities;" after "nursing home facilities;". The item when amended shall read:

"(d) 'Hospital facilities' shall mean any one or more buildings, structures, additions, extension, improvements or other facilities whether or not located on the same or contiguous site or sites (and including existing facilities), machinery, equipment, furnishings or other real or personal property suitable for health care or medical care; and includes, without limitation, general hospitals, chronic diseases, maternity, mental, tuberculosis and other specialized hospitals; facilities for emergency care, intensive care and self-care; clinics and outpatient facilities; clinical, pathological and other laboratories, hospital research facilities; extended care facilities; skilled nursing home facilities; nursing home facilities; retirement home facilities; laundries; residences and training facilities for nurses, interns, physicians and other staff members; food preparation and food service facilities; administration buildings, central service and other administrative facilities; communication, computer and other electronic facilities; fire-fighting facilities, pharmaceutical and recreational facilities; storage space, x-ray, laser, radiotherapy and other apparatus and equipment; dispensaries; utilities; vehicular parking lots and garages; office facilities for hospital staff members and physicians; and such other health and hospital facilities customarily under the jurisdiction of or provided by hospitals, or any combination of the foregoing, with all necessary, convenient or related interests in land, machinery, apparatus, appliances, equipment, furnishings, appurtenances, site preparation, landscaping and physical amenities."

Time effective

Section 2. This act shall take effect upon approval by the Governor.




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