Jersey Law 7/1965
MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS (REGISTRATION) (AMENDMENT) (JERSEY) LAW,
A LAW to
amend the Medical Practitioners (Registration) (Jersey) Law, 1960, sanctioned
by Order of Her Majesty in Council of the
14th day of APRIL, 1965.
(Registered on the 14th day of May, 1965).
STATES OF JERSEY.
The 4th day of
THE STATES, subject to the sanction of
Her Most Excellent Majesty in Council, have adopted the following Law: -
In sub-paragraph (a) of
paragraph (1) of Article 9 of the Medical Practitioners (Registration) (Jersey)
Law, 1960 (hereinafter referred to as “the principal
Law”), after the words “has been convicted” there shall be
inserted the words “in the Island of a crime or misdemeanour
or has been convicted”.
After Article 9 of the principal Law1 there shall be inserted the
following Article –
SAVING FOR EMPLOYMENT IN HOSPITALS
the provisions of this Law, a person may be employed in a resident medical
capacity in a hospital under the administration of the Public Health Committee
if he is duly registered as a provisionally registered medical practitioner in
pursuance of section seventeen or twenty-three of the Medical Act, 1956 (4
& 5 Eliz. 2 c. 76).
Public Health Committee shall enter, in a list to be kept for that purpose, the
name of any person employed by virtue of paragraph (1) of this Article and, on
his ceasing to be so employed, his name shall be removed from the list.
list kept in pursuance of paragraph (2) of this Article shall be available for
inspection at all reasonable times.
person who is employed by virtue of paragraph (1) of this Article shall, in
relation to that employment and to things done or omitted in the course
thereof, be treated as registered under this Law as a medical practitioner, but
in relation to all other matters shall be treated as not so registered.
this Article, ‘employed in a resident medical capacity’ means
employed in the practice of medicine, surgery or midwifery where the person
employed is resident in the hospital where he is employed or conveniently near
thereto and is by the terms of his employment required to be so
This Law may be cited as the Medical Practitioners (Registration)
(Amendment) (Jersey) Law, 1965.
A.D. LE BROCQ,
Greffier of the States.