13-33A-8. Immunity from liability--Administering epinephrine.

No school district, administrator, school board, school nurse, or designated school personnel that possess or make available epinephrine auto-injectors pursuant to §§ 13-33A-4 to 13-33A-8, inclusive; authorized health care provider that prescribes epinephrine auto-injectors to a school; or a health care professional that provides training pursuant to § 13-33A-7 may be held liable for any injury or related damage that results from the administration of, self-administration of, or failure to administer an epinephrine auto-injector that may constitute ordinary negligence. This immunity does not apply to an act or omission constituting gross, willful, or wanton negligence. The administration of an epinephrine auto-injector in accordance with the provisions of §§ 13-33A-4 to 13-33A-8, inclusive, does not constitute the practice of medicine. The immunity from liability provided under this section is in addition to, not in lieu of, that provided in any other law.

Source: SL 2014, ch 89, § 5; SL 2021, ch 73, § 10.