All licensed doctors are required to demonstrate to the General Medical Council on a regular basis that they are up-to-date and fit to practice in their chosen field and can provide a good level of care to patients.

Holding a General Medical Council (GMC) license to practise is an indication that doctors are continuing to meet all professional standards and therefore are required to be revalidated every five years by having an annual appraisal during the five-year period based on the GMCs guidance for doctors.

In order to engage in the revalidation process, you must have an appropriate connection with a designated body. It is the responsible officer of the designated body who will make the recommendation about you, usually every five years, that you are up to date, fit to practise and should be revalidated.

    Locum Link can offer revalidation

    Please contact us to discuss.