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HSE and the work of appointed doctors

An appointed doctor is a registered medical practitioner appointed by HSE to undertake statutory medical surveillance.  HSE is responsible for the following regulations where medical surveillance conducted by an appointed doctor may be required:

These responsibilities include:

How we work

The appointment of doctors to undertake statutory medical surveillance is administered by HSE's Corporate Medical Unit.

Updated: 2020-09-17