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Under PA law, it appears the governance of the corporate practice of medicine does not forbid a non-physician from being an owner of a corporation. The Medical Practice Act provides for a private right of action based on the corporate practice of medicine. Likewise, Pennsylvania case law provides no support or guidance in connection with a private right of action for the corporate practice of medicine. See: State Farm Mut. Auto. Ins. Co. v. Midtown Med. Ctr., 2005 U.S. Dist. Lexis 4077.
Furthermore, a health care practitioner may practice the healing arts as an employee
or independent contractor of a health care facility or health care provider or an affiliate of a health care facility or health care provider established to provide health care. See: 35 P.S. §448.817a.
Thus, in PA you could have a corporation owned by a non-physician and a physician could still practice for that corporation.
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