The health committee1 meets on such days as the committee may determine and at such time and place as the chairman2 may determine3. No case4 is to be considered by the committee unless it has been referred to it either by the investigating committee5 or by the professional conduct committee6. Any complaint made directly to the health committee must be immediately referred by the committee to the investigating committee for consideration7. Before considering a case, the health committee must request the investigating committee or, as the case may be, the professional conduct committee, to supply to it all the
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