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Public Health (PBH) CHAPTER 45, ARTICLE 5, TITLE 5
§ 574. Permits. No person shall own or operate a clinical laboratory
located in or accepting specimens from New York state or own or operate
a blood bank which collects, processes, stores and/or distributes, human
blood, blood derivatives or blood components, in New York state unless a
valid permit has been issued as provided in section five hundred
seventy-five of this title. A permit shall be issued authorizing the
performance of one or more procedures or services within one or more
categories. A separate permit shall be required for each facility at
which clinical laboratory tests are to be performed or at which a blood
bank is to be operated, provided, however that the department may adopt
regulations not inconsistent with the federal clinical laboratory
improvement act of nineteen hundred eighty-eight authorizing an owner to
operate more than one facility under a single permit.