May a Health Care Provider Refuse to Treat an Unvaccinated Patient?

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USLAW Magazine
Summer 2022

Two-thirds of Americans are vaccinated against COVID-19 according to the latest numbers. For the remaining unvaccinated population, there are questions about how medical care providers should serve them. Amundsen Davis’s partner and law clerk, Edna McLain and Shannon McKeon respectively, analyze the ethics and laws affecting these organizations to determine how to handle unvaccinated patients. They look at emergency care, private practices, and elective procedures to help providers make the best determinations.

You can read the article here from the Summer issue of USLAW Magazine.

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