What is a Medical Director?
According to the Texas Medical Board-Texas Administrative Code a Medical Director is:
(a) A physician licensed to practice in Texas if the executive director is not a physician licensed to practice in Texas, the executive director shall appoint a this physician.
(b) The medical director shall be responsible for the implementation and maintenance of policies, systems, and measures regarding clinical and professional issues and determinations.
(c) The medical director acts under the supervision and at the direction of the executive director.
(d) In the event of the incapacity, resignation or death of the medical director, members of the board may assume duties of the medical director on an interim basis.
Source Note: The provisions of this §161.9 adopted to be effective March 7, 2002, 27 TexReg 1486
Although most medical directors work in health care facilities, including hospitals and clinics, they may also be needed in nontraditional medical facilities, such as with corporations in commercial buildings and at schools and universities as well as facilities like this:
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