§16-39-5. Confidentiality of complaints to government agencies.
The identity of a health care worker who complains in good
faith to a government agency or department about the quality of
care, services or conditions of a health care entity or any waste
or wrongdoing by the health care entity shall remain confidential
and may not be disclosed by any person except upon the knowing
written consent of the health care worker and except in the case in
which there is imminent danger to health or public safety or an
imminent violation of criminal law.