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GMC to regulate two new associates roles

The Department of Health and Social Care has today announced the General Medical Council will regulate physician associates and anaesthesia associates.

Charlie Massey, General Medical Council Chief Executive said:

"We are pleased the four UK governments have made a decision about who should take this important work forward. We look forward to supporting physician associates and anaesthesia associates to maximise their contribution to the workforce, while ensuring high standards are maintained to meet the needs of patients.

We are now working closely with the Department of Health and Social Care to determine timescales and costs. We have been clear that costs should not be borne by doctors. In accepting responsibility for regulating these professions, we will also make sure that excellence is maintained in education for both doctors and medical associate professionals, so that all trainees receive the time and support they need to learn and provide safe care".


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Source: General Medical Council 18th July 2019

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