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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

PUBLIC LAW 100-713—NOV. 23, 1988

102 STAT. 4829

NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE CORPS

"SEC. 712. The Secretary of Health and Human Services shall not— "(1) remove a member of the National Health Service Corps from a health facility operated by the Indian Health Service or by a tribe or tribal organization under contract with the Indian Health Service under the Indian Self-Determination Act, or "(2) withdraw funding used to support such member, unless the Secretary, acting through the Service, has ensured that the Indians receiving services from such member will experience no reduction in services.".

25 USC I680b.

HEALTH SERVICES FOR INELIGIBLE PERSONS

SEC. 707. (a) Title Vn, as amended by section 706 of this Act, is further amended by adding at the end thereof the following new section: " H E A L T H SERVICES FOR INELIGIBLE PERSONS

"SEC. 713. (a)(1) Any individual who— "(A) has not attained 19 years of age, "(B) is the natural or adopted cMld, step-child, foster-child, l ^ a l ward, or orphan of an eligible Indian, and "(Q is not otherwise eligible for the health services provided by the Service, shall be eligible for all health services provided by the Service on the same basis and subject to the same rules that apply to eligible Indians until such individual attains 19 years of age. The existing and potential health needs of all such individuals shall be taken into consideration by the Service in determining the need for, or the allocation of, the health resources of the Service. If such an individual has been determined to be l^ally incompetent prior to attaining 19 years of age, such individual shall remain eligible for such services until one year after the date such disability has been removed. "(2) Any spouse of an eligible Indian who is not an Indian, or who is of Indian descent but not otherwise eligible for the health services provided by the Service, shall be eligible for such health services if all of such spouses are made eligible, as a class, by an appropriate resolution of the governing body of the Indian tribe of the eligible Indian. The health needs of persons made eligible under this paragraph shall not be taken into consideration by the Service in determining the need for, or allocation of, its health resources. "01>X1XA) The Secretary is authorized to provide health services under this subsection through health facilities operated directly by the Service to individuals who reside within the service area of a service unit and who are not eligible for such health services under any other subsection of this section or under any other provision of law if— "(i) the Indian tribe (or, in the case of a multi-tribal service area, all the Indian tribes) served by such service unit requests such provision of health services to such individuals, and "(ii) the Secretary and the Indian tribe or tribes have jointly determined that—

Children and youth. 25 USC 1680c.