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The NHS Bodies and Local Authorities (Partnership Arrangements, Care Trusts, Public Health and Local Healthwatch) Regulations 2012

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 GENERAL

    1. 1.Citation, commencement and interpretation

  3. PART 2 CARE TRUSTS AND MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS

    1. 2.In this Part— “the Board” means the National Health Service...

    2. 3.Prescribed functions for the purposes of section 77(1) of the 2006 Act

    3. 4.Consultation requirements

    4. 5.Combination of consultations

    5. 6.Prescribed form and manner for publication

    6. 7.Action following consultation

    7. 8.Publication requirements following the decision to designate

    8. 9.Publication requirements following the decision to revoke the designation

    9. 10.Notification requirements following designation or revocation of designation

    10. 11.Revocations and amendment relating to Care Trusts

    11. 12.Amendment of the NHS Bodies and Local Authorities Partnership Regulations 2000

    12. 13.Payments by local authorities to specified NHS bodies in respect of prescribed functions

  4. PART 3 RESPONSIBILITIES OF DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC HEALTH

    1. 14.Responsibilities of directors of public health

    2. 15.Further provision as to prescribed public health functions

  5. PART 4 DENTAL PUBLIC HEALTH FUNCTIONS OF LOCAL AUTHORITIES

    1. 16.Interpretation

    2. 17.Exercise of functions of local authorities

    3. 18.Revocations and transitional arrangements

  6. PART 5 COMPLAINTS ABOUT PUBLIC HEALTH FUNCTIONS OF LOCAL AUTHORITIES

    1. 19.Interpretation

    2. 20.Complaints about exercise of public health functions by local authorities

    3. 21.Arrangements for the handling and consideration of complaints

    4. 22.Responsibility for complaints arrangements

    5. 23.Persons who may make complaints

    6. 24.Duty to handle complaints

    7. 25.Complaints not required to be dealt with

    8. 26.Duty to co-operate

    9. 27.Time limit for making a complaint

    10. 28.Procedure before investigation

    11. 29.Investigation and response

    12. 30.Form of communications

    13. 31.Publicity

    14. 32.Monitoring

    15. 33.Annual reports

  7. PART 6 LOCAL HEALTHWATCH

    1. 34.Interpretation

    2. 35.Criteria concerning social enterprises

    3. 36.Political activities not to be treated as being carried on for the benefit of the community

    4. 37.Section of the community

    5. 38.Criterion to be met by bodies to be Local Healthwatch organisations

    6. 39.Regulations 40 to 43 - application and interpretation

    7. 40.Provision to be included in local authority arrangements

    8. 41.Provision to be included in Local Healthwatch arrangements

    9. 42.Requirements relating to authorised representatives for the purposes of entering and viewing

    10. 43.Requirements relating to trade mark

    11. 44.Duties of responsible persons to respond to reports and recommendations by Local Healthwatch organisations contractors

    12. 45.Excluded services

    13. 46.Referrals of social care matters

    14. 47.Revocation and saving provision

  8. Signature

  9. Explanatory Note

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