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Xeerka Guddiga Mihnadlayaasha Caafimaadka (Health Professionals Commission Law 2001 - Amendment)

Government of Somaliland; Government of Somaliland Country Resources General Health Legislation Somaliland region of Somalia 9 January 2013 Legislation/regulation health service, health system

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This Act establishes the Health Professions Commission. The core functions of the Commission are to:
• register and license health practitioners
• provide guidance and directions while monitoring their professional conduct and continual Educational Development
• register and license all health care facilities (both public and private) and evaluate them periodically to assure the fulfilment of health regulatory standards
• accredit and provide a national recognition for approved health training programs for health training Institutions
• investigate complaints, malpractice and misconducts of health professionals and health care facilities and take disciplinary actions
• provide the names of registered and licensed health professions and health care facilities to the public

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