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The National Health Service Superannuation Scheme (Scotland) Regulations 2011

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R13.—(1) For the purposes of these Regulations, for the duration of any pilot scheme—

(a)a registered dentist—

(i)who, immediately before the commencement of the pilot scheme, was a member by reason of the registered dentist’s employment as a practitioner; and

(ii)who is involved in the operation of the pilot scheme, whether as a person providing piloted services or a dental pilot scheme employee,

is to be treated as a practitioner employed by the relevant Health Board;

(b)a registered dentist, who immediately before the commencement of the pilot scheme was not a member by reason of the registered dentist’s employment as a practitioner, is to—

(i)if the registered dentist is providing piloted services, be treated as a practitioner employed by the relevant Health Board or

(ii)if the registered dentist is a dental pilot scheme employee, be treated as an officer employed by the provider of the piloted services,

(c)a registered dentist who is engaged, under a contract for services, by a person providing piloted services to carry out personal dental services in accordance with a pilot scheme is to be treated as a practitioner employed by the relevant Health Board ;

(d)a member who, immediately before the commencement of a pilot scheme—

(i)was employed as an NHS employee or as an NHS dental employee and was not a registered dentist, or

(ii)was employed as a dental pilot scheme employee and was not a registered dentist,

and who, after the commencement of the pilot scheme, is providing piloted services, is to be treated as a whole-time officer employed by the relevant Health Board;

(e)a person other than a registered dentist who—

(i)is employed as a dental pilot scheme employee otherwise than by Health Board

(ii)immediately prior to the commencement of such employment, was employed by a Health Board as an NHS dental employee; and

(iii)was at that time a member,

continues to be eligible to be a member;

(f)a dental therapist who—

(i)is a provider of piloted services or is a dental pilot scheme employee; and

(ii)immediately prior to the commencement of the dental pilot scheme was not a member,

is eligible to be a member;

(g)a person who is providing piloted services is liable to pay contributions under regulation D2 in respect of a member to whom paragraph (c) above applies, or who is employed by that person as a dental pilot scheme employee;

(2) In paragraph (1) above, “relevant Health Board” means the Health Board with which agreement or agreements constituting the pilot scheme in question has or have been made.

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