§ 29.24. Professional courtesy.
Whenever a podiatrist requests another podiatrist to attend his patients during his temporary absence from his practice, professional courtesy requires the acceptance of the appointment if consistent with other duties. The podiatrist acting under the appointment shall give the utmost consideration to the interests and reputation of the absent podiatrist. Patients, both old and new, shall be restored to the care of the absent podiatrist upon his return.
The provisions of this § 29.24 adopted January 20, 1960; amended August 3, 1984, effective August 4, 1984, 14 Pa.B. 2860. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (42062) to (42063).
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