We have many years experience of dealing with dentists, both in the private and NHS sphere. We understand the ethos of a profession that is balancing becoming more commercial. We can help you with the following:
We take an active interest in the Dental sector and Dentists and write articles in the BDJ and are involved in seminars for instance at The Eastman Institute at UCL in London.
If you are an individual and have a GDS contract you can 'sell' your contract by use of the 'partnership route' under the GDS contract.
If you are a company and hold a GDS contract then matters may not be straightforward. Let us review your GDS contract and any variations to assess this.
Care needs to be taken regarding practice incorporation and where where you have a GDS contract in your individual name-talk to us first.
Dental Practice leases should allow the easy sub-letting or sharing of the Practice Premises to allow for other healthcare professionals.
Negotiate for your lease to allow structural alteration to future-proof for changes in legislation and regulation like HTM 01-05.
Not all locums and associates are self-employed! Whether they are is a question of fact. The more they look like an employee with regular hours and obligations then the more likely they are!
Dentists with a GDS contract have a very limited time to deal with their contract with the NHS on the death of a dentist and very clear instructions can be prepared with your will to deal with this. Without this being organised properly your GDS contract may be lost and its potential value!!
Let HealthCare Law put together a free estimate for your legal assistance. All estimates are put together by one of our solicitors and are aimed to give you a guide as to what is involved with getting your requirements dealt with quickly, simply and professionally.