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Registration for out-of-hours services
Making a change to your registration
If you are an out-of-hours provider that is registered with us, but want to update your registration, you should refer to our guidance on Making changes to your registration.
Registering for the first time
If you are a new provider offering an out-of-hours service, you will need to apply to register.
You can find more details about this in Step-by-step guide to applying as a new provider.
Do I need to pay a fee?
We have published our final fees scheme for the year 2014/15, which came into effect on 1 April 2014. It includes details about the fees charged to out-of-hours service providers.
Every provider of regulated activities will pay a single annual fee on the same date each year. This fee will cover all registration, variation and compliance requirements for all the provider’s locations.
Read our Fees page for more information.
We will begin planned reviews of out-of-hours service providers after we have carried out a pilot in the summer. The aim of the pilot is to ensure our compliance methodology works effectively for primary medical services and to identify if changes are needed.
- Last updated:
- 5 June 2014