24-hour retirement

Q: I am a singlehanded GP and will be 63 in January 2012. I tried to take 24-hour retirement and then go back to work last year, but it did not work out because our PCT was not agreeable to this. I also tried to merge with another local practice, but that did not work out either. I wonder if you will be able to advise me if I was to take a partner, and either retire or resign soon after that, would this be allowed according to the regulations?

by Dr Tony Grewal

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