Ophthalmic Qualifications Committee

The Ophthalmic Qualifications Committee is a Regulatory Body.

The Ophthalmic Qualifications Committee is delegated by the Department of Health and Social Care to oversee applications by those who seek admission to the Central Professional List of Medical Practitioners authorised to work in the General Ophthalmic Services as an OPHTHALMIC MEDICAL PRACTITIONER.

The Ophthalmic Qualifications Committee considers applications and once approved and issued with an Ophthalmic Qualifications Committee number, a practitioner will need to be registered with the Primary Care Trust for the area in which they wish to work.

The British Medical Association updates and administers the Central List Register of OPHTHALMIC MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS.

For further information on the Ophthalmic Qualifications Committee, see the Royal College of Ophthalmologists website.

 

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