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Employees' State Insurance (General) Regulations, 1950

94. Authority which may issue certificate

No certificate required under any of the regulations 87 to 89 B shall be issued except by the insurance medical officer to whom the insured woman has or had been allotted or by an insurance medical officer attached to a dispensary, hospital, clinic or other institution to which the insured woman is or was allotted and such insurance medical officer shall examine and if in his opinion the condition of the woman so justifies or in case of death of the insured woman or the death of the child, if satisfied about such death issue to such insured woman or in case of her death to her nominee or legal representative, as the case may be, free of charge any such certificate when reasonably required by such insured woman or her nominee or legal representative, as the case may be, under or for the purpose of the Act or any other enactment or these regulations:

PROVIDED that such Officer may issue a certificate, as aforesaid, under these regulations, to or in respect of an insured woman who is or was not allotted to him or to the dispensary, hospital, clinic or other institution to which such officer is attached, if such Officer is attending the woman for prenatal care, for confinement, for miscarriage or for sickness arising out of pregnancy, confinement, premature birth of child or miscarriage or in case of death, was attending the deceased insured woman or the child at the time of death of the insured woman or the child:

PROVIDED FURTHER that a certificate of pregnancy, of expected confinement, or confinement or miscarriage required under these regulations may be issued by a registered midwife which shall be accepted by the Corporation on counter-signatures by the Insurance Medical Officer:

PROVIDED that such Officer may issue a certificate of pregnancy, expected confinement or confinement under these regulations to an insured woman who is not allotted to him or to the dispensary, hospital, clinic or other institution to which such officer is attached, if such officer is attending the woman for prenatal care or for confinement:

PROVIDED FURTHER that a certificate of pregnancy, of expected confinement or of confinement required under these regulations may be issued by a registered midwife which shall be accepted by the Corporation on counter signature by the Insurance Medical Officer.





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