Practice Policy on Removal from List
Due to the geographic situation of this practice removal from the
list will not be used unless completely unavoidable, i.e. in the judgement
of the practice principal the doctor patient relationship is irrevisibly
broken down, despite all attempts to remedy.
In the case of threathening irreversible breakdown of the doctor patient
relationship the patient will be advised of the situation and invited
to seek remedy.
Should a breakdown have become irrevisible the patient will be advised
of his imminent removal from the practice list including the reasons
for such removal, the healthboard will be informed and treatment for
emergencies will be offered for another 7 days.
In the case of threathened or actual violence against practice or
attached staff the police will be informed and the relationship will
be deemed to have broken down irrevisibly. Remedial attempts will
not be made and explanation will not be given if it is feared that
such explanations will exacerbate the situation and result in (further)
A non-exhaustive list of events leading to such an irrevisible breakdown
of doctor patient relationship may be:
The sole and final judgement in all these matters lies with the practice
principal. Appeals or complaints regarding this policy or its consequences follow the Practice Complaints procedure.
Threathened or actual violence against staff or attached staff, irrespective
of on practice grounds or outside.
- Theft, fraud or deception including prescription fraud or wanton destruction
of NHS or practice property
- Unremedied irresponsible and/or dangerous behaviour on practice grounds
- Unremedied irresponsible or exploitative abuse of appointment system
and home visits
- Unremedied serious slander, gossip or badmouthing of staff in the
- Unremedied seriosly abusive behavior towards practice or attached
This document was translated from LATEX by