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  1. Except as otherwise provided in these regulations, a city or county building jurisdiction shall be responsible for plan review and building inspection of new construction or alteration of clinic facilities specified in 7-2100(a)(1), (2), (3) and (4) and shall also provide certification that the clinic facilities identified in 7-2100(a)(1), (2) and (3) are in conformance with the applicable clinic provisions in the latest edition of the California Building Standards Code. For clinic facilities identified in 7-2100(a)(1), (2) or (3), construction or alteration shall include buildings converted to the specific purpose.
    1. Surgical clinic as defined in Health and Safety Code, Section 1204(b)(1).
    2. Chronic dialysis clinic as defined in Health and Safety Code, Section 1204(b)(2).
    3. Surgical and/or chronic dialysis clinic building which is freestanding from a building where hospital services are provided and as defined in Health and Safety Code, Section 129725(b)(1).
    4. Any building where hospital outpatient clinical services are provided that is freestanding from a hospital building, as defined in Health and Safety Code, Section 129725(a), except those buildings identified in 7-2100(a)(3).
  2. The city or county shall not establish or apply building standards for the construction or alteration of hospital licensed freestanding clinics, as described in Section 7-2100(a)(3) and (4), which are more restrictive or comprehensive than comparable building standards established or applied to clinic facilities which are not hospital licensed pursuant to Health and Safety Code, Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 1200) of Division 2.
Authority: Health and Safety Code Sections 18929 and 129675—130070.
Reference: Health and Safety Code Section 129885.

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