Medical Authority

Authority of Care

The Department of Justice hereby grants the personnel employed as "Medical Employees" including Paramedics, Doctors, Nurses, Pharmacists, Pharmaceutical Technicians employed by a medical clinic, hospital, or emergency medical service agency, and/or medically trained police officers to act as MEDICAL AUTHORITIES WITH AUTHORITY OF CARE wherein they are granted the power to make emergency medical decisions on behalf of patients who reasonably require emergency medical care UNLESS: the patient explicitly refuses treatment AND the medical authority believes the patient is of sound mind during their refusal. The Department of Justice hereby establishes a Department of Health to control medical standards and related law; as well as provide advisory services to medical care providers.

Prescriptive Authority

The following health practitioners can write or issue prescriptions.

  • Doctors

  • Dentists

  • Psychiatrists

  • Optometrists

  • Nurse practitioners

  • Physician assistants

Authority of Death Declaration and Investigation

The following types of personnel can declare persons deceased.

  • Doctors

  • Nurse practitioners

  • Physician assistants

  • Emergency medical responders (Paramedics & EMTs)

  • Coroners

The following types of personnel can determine a manner or cause of death.

  • Doctors

  • Coroners

Healthcare Entities

The following are recognized healthcare-providing entities.

  • Los Santos Medical Center

  • Mount Zonah Medical Center

  • Pillbox Hill Medical Center

  • St. Fiacre Hospital

  • Eclipse Medical Tower

  • Portola Trinity Medical Center

  • The Bay Care Center

  • Paleto Bay Medical Center

  • Sandy Shores Medical Center

  • San Andreas Fire Rescue Services

  • American Medical Response Private Ambulance Service

  • Mission Row San Andreas Private Ambulance Service

  • Medical service units within law enforcement agencies prescribed by the Law Enforcement Authority Doctrine

  • Coroner's Department (*for deathcare and death-investigation)

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