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What Physicians Need to Know About Concealed Carry of Firearms, Mandatory Reporting
Posted on: 11/29/2018
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The Firearm Concealed Carry Act authorizes Illinois to license individuals to carry firearms concealed or partially concealed on their person and in their vehicles. 

The Act also contains reporting obligations, including responsibilities for physicians.

To learn more, access ISMS’ newly updated medical legal guideline, Concealed Carry of Firearms – Mandatory Reporting.* The resource covers recent changes in Illinois law that impact physicians, and outlines the conditions in which physicians are required to notify the Department of Human Services, as well as specific time frames. The guideline also includes a robust definitions section. 

Access the guide today!

If you have any questions, please contact ISMS' legal department at 800-782-4767 or by email


This ISMS medical legal guideline is a member benefit and is password protected.

If you need to request a username and password, contact online support at 888-476-7776 or onlinehelp@isms.org between 8:30 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. After-hours requests are answered promptly the next business day. You may also register online or retrieve your username or password.

*This guideline is for educational purposes only. 



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