Liability for costs of medical care for persons in county facility
Notwithstanding ORS 169.140 (Furnishing prisoners food, clothing and necessary medical aid), 169.150 (Payment of expenses of keeping prisoners) and 169.220 (Care of county prisoners), when a person is lawfully confined in a county local correctional facility for violation of a city ordinance, for nonpayment of a fine imposed by a municipal court or as a result of a warrant of arrest issued by a magistrate in another county, the county in which the warrant was issued or the city shall be liable for the costs of medical care provided to the person while confined in the county local correctional facility. The keeper of the local correctional facility shall bill the other county or city for the actual cost of the medical care provided, and the other county or city shall pay the charges within 60 days after receiving the cost statement from the keeper. [1985 c.530 §2]
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