N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. Tit. 10 § 23.4 - Minors
When a health care provider diagnoses, treats or prescribes for a minor, without the consent or knowledge of a parent or guardian as permitted by section 2305 of the Public Health Law, neither medical nor billing re- cords shall be released or in any manner be made available to the parent or guardian of such minor without the minor patient's permission. In addition to being authorized in accordance with section 2305 of the Public Health Law to diagnose, treat or prescribe for a person under the age of eighteen years without the consent or knowledge of the parent or guardian of such person where the individual is infected with a sexually transmitted disease, or has been exposed to infection with a sexually transmitted disease, health care practitioners may (as authorized by their scope of practice) render medical care related to other sexually transmitted diseases without the consent or knowledge of the parent or guardian.
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