A visiting practitioner1 is entitled to be registered in the register2 if the practitioner is entitled3 to provide occasional medical services4; and the registrar5 must give effect to the entitlement6. A visiting practitioner who is entitled to be so registered in the register, but who is not registered in the register's list of visiting medical practitioners from relevant European states, must be treated as registered in that list7.
Where a person's entitlement to be registered8 in the register ceases
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