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6.—(1) Where a registered patient who–
(a)has attained the age of 75 years; and
(b)has not participated in a consultation under this paragraph within the period of 12 months prior to the date of the patient’s request,
requests a consultation, the provider shall, in addition and without prejudice to the provider’s other obligations in respect of that patient under the agreement, provide such a consultation in the course of which the provider shall make such inquiries and undertake such examinations as appear to it to be appropriate in all the circumstances.
(2) A consultation under sub-paragraph (1) shall take place in the home of the patient where, in the reasonable opinion of the provider, it would be inappropriate, as a result of the patient’s medical condition for the patient to attend at the practice premises.
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