Section 10A-20-6.04

Board of directors.

The property and business of the corporation shall be managed by a board of directors with the powers and authority necessary or incidental to the purposes of the corporation. The board shall be composed of not less than 15 nor more than 27 directors. Public directors, who shall reflect the social, economic, and geographic characteristics of the population served by the corporation, shall constitute at least a majority of the board. Providers of health care and their representatives may also serve on the board, but in no event may constitute a majority thereof. Persons who derive income from the delivery or administration of health care or services shall not be eligible to serve as public directors. The bylaws of the corporation shall contain a provision requiring the board:

(1) To establish a procedure for the disclosure of and the determination of whether a person is a provider or a representative of a provider of health care and possible conflict of interest situations with respect to directors; and

(2) To establish and select an advisory committee consisting of not more than seven persons, not members of the board, who are knowledgeable in providing health services and whose functions shall be to consult with and advise the board of directors.

(Acts 1935, No. 544, p. 1157; Code 1940, T. 28, §306; Acts 1945, No. 50, p. 52, §2; Acts 1951, No. 946, p. 1615; Acts 1973, No. 1041, p. 1631, §1; §10-4-103; amended and renumbered by Act 2009-513, p. 967, §334.)