Definition of the General Medical Council from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


the General Medical Council

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(abbreviation the GMC)
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a professional organization in Britain, started in 1858, which keeps a register (= an official list of names) of qualified doctors. It encourages good standards in medicine and deals with doctors who have not behaved in a professional way. If necessary, it can remove a doctor from the register so that they cannot continue to work as a doctor.