Health Act 1970
Child health service.
66.— (1) A health board shall make available without charge at clinics, health centres or other prescribed places a health examination and treatment service for children under the age of six years.
F131 [ (2) The Health Service Executive shall make available without charge a health examination and treatment service for pupils who attend any primary school or who are taught at home.
(3) The Health Service Executive may, by notice given to a school manager, or governing body of a school, require the school manager or governing body, as the case may be, to provide reasonable facilities for an examination under this section.
(4) A school manager or governing body given a notice under subsection (3) shall comply with the notice. ]
(5) Nothing in this section shall be construed as authorising a health board to provide any general domiciliary service or any services such as are mentioned in section 52, 56 or 67.
Substituted (1.05.2007) by Irish Medicines Board (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2006 (3/2006), s. 27, S.I. No. 194 of 2007.
Modifications (not altering text):
References to “health board” construed as references to Health Service Executive (1.01.2005) by Health Act 2004 (42/2004), ss. 56(a), 66, S.I. No. 887 of 2004.
Definitions (Part 10).
56.—In this Part “specified body” means—
(a) the health boards,
References to specified bodies.
66.—Subject to this Act, references (however expressed) to a specified body in any Act passed before the establishment day, or in any instrument made before that day under an Act, are to be read as references to the Executive, unless the context otherwise requires.