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6. For the purposes of section 225(7)(e) of the Act, the following persons are prescribed as services-providers—
(a)a person providing services which are primary medical services for the purposes of the 2006 Act;
(b)a person providing services which are primary dental services for the purposes of the 2006 Act;
(c)a person providing services which are primary ophthalmic services for the purposes of the 2006 Act;
(d)a person providing services which are pharmaceutical services for the purposes of the 2006 Act; and
(e)a person who owns or controls premises where services referred to in paragraphs (c) or (d) are provided.
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