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The Health Practice (Amendment) Law 2013

Cayman Islands Governor of the Cabinet Country Resources General Health Legislation Cayman Islands 6 May 2013 Legislation/regulation health service, human resources

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Law to amend the Health Practice Law (2005 revision) to make it mandatory for a registered practitioner to obtain a practicing licence in order to practice his profession in the Islands, to effect miscellaneous amendments with a view to improving the provision of health services and for incidental and connected purposes.

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