11 April 2021
Norfolk LDC would like to highlight this request by the Managed Clinical Networks for more practitioners in the county to apply for Level 2 Accreditation.
The more practitioners with this accreditation the better the service available for practitioners and patients.
Rounds of accreditation take place regularly to add to the pool of level 2 competent oral surgeons. Some of you may have applied before and been turned down due to a lack of experiences experience, or incomplete evidence portfolios.
This new round of accreditation will allow you to re apply if you have gained that additional experience and improved your portfolio.
Good luck with your application.
The application process has been sent through the East of England Primary Care Gateway process, any queries relating to this email should be sent to
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Chairman: Mr. Brian Robertson LDC Secretary: Mr. Jason Stokes
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BDA condemns process as contracts expires March 2019
We wait for clarity from the Goverment on this process.
There seems to be more momentum regarding it's implementation.
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17 May 2021
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