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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 5. Department of Health
6/3/2020

Chapter 71. Regulations Governing Virginia Newborn Screening ServicesRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
[Repealed]
Section 30
Core panel of heritable disorders and genetic diseases
Section 40
Religious exemption from newborn dried-blood-spot screening requirements
Section 50
Responsibilities of the physician or midwife
Section 60
Responsibilities of the first attending healthcare provider
Section 70
Newborn dried-blood-spot screening specimen collection, specimen submission, and notification for hospital deliveries
Section 80
Newborn dried-blood-spot screening specimen collection, specimen submission, and notification for deliveries outside of the hospital
Section 90
Responsibilities of the chief executive officer
Section 100
Responsibilities of the testing laboratory providing newborn dried-blood-spot screening tests
Section 110
Reporting to the commissioner
Section 120
Scope and content of Virginia Newborn Screening Program
Section 130
Responsibilities of the Pediatric Comprehensive Sickle Cell Clinic Network
Section 140
Responsibilities of metabolic treatment and genetic centers facilities
Section 150
Responsibilities of the Care Connection for Children network
Section 160
Availability of assistance for obtaining metabolic formula, low protein modified foods, and metabolic supplements
Section 170
Emergency suspension of assistance
Section 180
Use of federal, state, or other resources
Section 190
Confidentiality of information
Section 210
Critical congenital heart disease screening protocols
Section 220
Critical congenital heart disease screening
Section 230
Critical congenital heart disease screening results
Section 240
Referral for care coordination
Section 250
Congenital heart disease screening records
Section 260
Parent or guardian refusal for screening
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