OAR 416-345-0020

(1) Clinical review committee: A committee comprised of at least a medical practitioner and other licensed OYA health care staff convened by the OYA medical director to review requests for certain offender medical treatment in OYA youth correction facilities.
(2) Offender: A person in the legal and physical custody of OYA in a youth correction facility; or a person in the legal custody of the Department of Corrections and the physical custody of OYA in a youth correction facility.
(3) OYA: The Oregon Youth Authority.
(4) OYA medical practitioner: Includes physicians, nurse practitioners, and dentists licensed within the scope of their professional practice acts to evaluate and care for patients who are 12 to 25 years of age.
(5) OYA medical director: An OYA employee who is a licensed physician responsible for directing and overseeing offender medical health care services in youth correction facilities.
(6) Youth correction facility: A facility used for the confinement of offenders and includes secure regional youth facilities, regional accountability camps, residential academies and satellites, camps, and branches of those facilities.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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