I do not have a designated body – what should I do? - The MDU
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I do not have a designated body – what should I do?

Your designated body is the organisation that will provide you with regular appraisals and support for revalidation. Most doctors have a clear connection with an organisation, such as their NHS employer or their PCT. The GMC has an online tool to help doctors in doubt find their designated body.

If you discover you are one of the small minority of doctors who do not have a designated body to connect to, you should inform the GMC by logging onto your GMC Online account, selecting the ‘My Revalidation’ tab and clicking on the ‘I don’t have a designated body’ button. You will be asked for further information so that the GMC can advise you.

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