Policy paper

Use of overseas doctors for out-of-hours services: government response

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Sets out the government response to the Health Select Committee’s report on the use of overseas doctors in providing out of hours service.

Document

Download Response to the House of Commons Health Committee report, the use of overseas doctors in providing out-of-hours services: fifth report of session 2009-10

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This command paper sets out the Government response to the Health Select Committee’s report on the use of overseas doctors in providing out of hours services including the response concerning the checking of language skills of EEA doctors.