Medical Act

68   Where

(a) a member or associate member of the College,


(b) a physician or surgeon entitled to practise medicine in this province, or any other province or country, or


(c) a person entitled to practise osteopathy in this province, or any other province or country,

voluntarily renders first aid or emergency treatment without the expectation of monetary compensation to a person outside of a hospital or doctor's office, or in any other place not having proper and necessary medical facilities, that member, physician, surgeon, or person shall not be liable for the death of such person, or damages alleged to have been sustained by such person by reason of an act or omission in the rendering of such first aid or emergency treatment unless it is established that such injuries were, or such death was caused by conduct on the part of such member, associate member, physician, surgeon or person, which, if committed by a person of ordinary experience, learning and skill, would constitute negligence.