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18 Jan 08 #11035 by AScarp
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Hello Forum,
I have been asked to provided a report from my GP concerning my health.
I'm 56 and the various problems related to trying to represent my self in my case have taken there toll, hence I'm on a medical certificate at the moment.
Does anyone know what I should request of my GP as a document that would satisfy court requirements?
Thanks,
AScarp

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18 Jan 08 #11040 by loobyloo
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i will be able to help if you give more info onwhat court have asked for
I was pn in gp,s for 10 years and will advise as to what to do
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18 Jan 08 #11046 by AScarp
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Dear Loobyloo,
Thanks for your reply.
Basically, because I have gone to my GP in October of 2007, at which point I was given a med cert for depression, an evaluation at the Tavistock for counseling, and will have a cert for three months from today, my partner's solicitor has asked for a report from my GP which covers my current state and (an opinion) of my state after proceedings speaking of my ability to work.
I have also presented a statement from Dr.Smith, SpR in Psychotherapy, who I saw at the Tavistock which concluded, "I do not feel that he is suitable at the current time for anything other than supportive psychotherapeutic work. I have advised that he is referred as a matter of some urgency to his local psychiatric services for an assessment and ongoing management of his mental state together with ongoing support during this crisis."
Background is that my partner and I had been working together on a business over the last few years that is 100% in her name and now it required that I explain why I am having difficulties not seeking work.
Does this help in anyway?
ASCarp

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