York Local Medical Committee


Local Medical Committees were formed after the introduction of the NHS in 1948. The NHS set up Executive Councils to administer family doctors and allied services. The Local Medical Committee was composed of sixteen GPs, as well as the York Medical Officer of Health and four Consultants appointed by the Senior Medical Staffs Committee of York ‘A’ Group Hospital Management Committee. The Local Medical Committee appointed four members to serve on the York Executive Council. The function of the Committee was to approve applications for admission to the York Executive Council’s Medical List.

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