Non-Delegable Duty etent emergency pon an implied fore clear that the pleaded a claim for the emergency igence on a nonry. The imposition duty to provide cy room services se a patient in an nerally has little, who will be the refused to follow h it recognized e cases following udicially imposed quiring hospitals ency physicians ligent emergency g the hospital to e negligence of its ysicians. Doctors Hospital of Lake Worth, Inc. and Newbold Ferguson v. Amisub.” Thus, the Supreme Court will have the final word as to the liability of hospitals for physicians, both in the anesthesia and emergency departments, as a result of the certification of that issue in the Tabraue case. NOTE: BECAUSE A NUMBER OF PEOPLE HAVE REQUESTED COPIES OF PAST ARTICLES, A COMPILATION OF THESE ARTICLES IS NOW AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS OF THE PALM BEACH COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION, FREE OF CHARGE, BY CALLING (561) 684-2500. ated, at 812: e that Chapter 395 s obligates Florida emergency room ic, we note that the ilent on the matter ty. We believe that ospital liability to those emergency oviders who are as independent lic policy decision urview of Florida’s r, to the extent the on law, it calls for ourt decision. We to expanding, by liability of Florida ate urges. affirm the Trial f Count V of the ended complaint flict with Irving v. ETIN 13