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Everything you need to know about fees including what and when to charge.
New updated guidance on charging for safeguarding reports and attending case conferences for vulnerable children and adults.
Guidance and fees for access and copying of patient medical records.
Medico legal fees paid by procurator fiscal
Medico legal fees in Scotland
Use our A - Z list of fees to find the latest recommended rates and guidance.
Find out about certificates relating to DWP benefits claims.
Read the new guidance for whiplash cases.
Guidance on certificates which GPs cannot charge for.
Guidance on charging fees for mental health assessments.
Answers to your patients' questions about the fees you charge as a GP.
Guidance on setting fees, agreements, medical indemnity and more.
Guidance and fees for doctors asked to sit on tribunals.
Guidance on fees for travel vaccinations and where to find further information.
Guidance and fees for doctors on issuing certificates confirming fitness to be at sea.
Guidance on work which allows you to set your own fee.
Guidance on medico-legal aspects of doctors issuing certificates.
Miscellaneous medico legal fees in scotland
Medico legal fees in scotland for court of session and sherrif
Guidance on fee paying services, as outlined in the consultants contract.
Fees guidance for doctors giving training to first aiders.
Public Prosecutions Service Witness allowances for doctors
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