Supplementary Regulations

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Primary Care) Bill [Lords] – in the House of Commons at 9:30 pm on 12th March 1997.

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Amendments made: No. 60, in page 18, line 16, leave out from beginning to end of line 18 and insert— 'medical practitioners performing personal medical services, and dental practitioners performing personal dental services, in accordance with section 28C arrangements.In paragraph (b)"practitioner" does not include a practitioner who is undergoing training of a prescribed description.'.

No. 61, in page 19, line 24, at end insert—

  1. '() The Secretary of State must—
    1. (a) consider whether section 28C arrangements are likely to have an adverse effect on the distribution of medical practitioners providing general medical services or performing personal medical services in England or in Wales;
    2. (b) if he thinks that the arrangements are likely to have that effect, consider whether it is necessary to include in the regulations provisions designed to secure that, so far as is possible, the arrangements do not have that effect; and
    3. (c) if he thinks that it is necessary, include such provisions in the regulations.'.

No. 62, in page 19, line 24, at end insert— '() Regulations which impose conditions on persons performing personal medical services or persons performing personal dental services (whether made by virtue of subsection (2)(b) or otherwise) may, in particular, include provision of a kind that may be made by regulations under section 32.'.

No. 15, in page 19, line 31, after 'arrangements' insert 'or corresponding services under section 17C of the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978'.

No. 63, in page 20, line 18, leave out from beginning to end of line 20 and insert— 'medical practitioners performing personal medical services, and dental practitioners performing personal dental services, in accordance with section l7C arrangements.In paragraph (b) "practitioner" does not include a practitioner who is undergoing training of a prescribed description.'.

No. 64, in page 21, line 27, at end insert—

  1. '() The Secretary of State must—
    1. (a) consider whether section 17C arrangements are likely to have an adverse effect on the distribution of medical practitioners providing general medical services or performing personal medical services in Scotland;
    2. (b) if he thinks that the arrangements are likely to have that effect, consider whether it is necessary to include in the regulations provisions designed to secure that, so far as is possible, the arrangements do not have that effect; and
    3. (c) if he thinks that it is necessary, include such provisions in the regulations.'.

No. 65, in page 21, line 27, at end insert— '() Regulations which impose conditions on persons performing personal medical services or persons performing personal dental services (whether made by virtue of subsection (2)(b) or otherwise) may, in particular, include provision of a kind that may be made by regulations under section 22.'.

No. 16, in page 21, line 34, after 'arrangements' insert 'or corresponding services under section 28C of the National Health Service Act 1977'.—[Mr. McLoughlin.]