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Guidance on Overseas Patients

We have been asked by several practices about the regulation concerning the registration and treatment of patients from overseas. The following guidance aims to clarify GP practices obligations under the GMS/PMS/APMS contract surrounding patient registration, particularly overseas patients, in GP practices.

David Gibbs

Head of Business Support

Derby and Derbyshire LMC

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