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|ALAMA exists to improve the communication, education, consistency and quality of clinical practice of doctors providing Occupational Health Services for the benefit of Local Authority Employees and Employers (including those in the Police and Fire & Rescue Services). The ALAMA also has a lot to offer doctors who practise Occupational Health in the Civil Service, Central Government and further education establishments. Do not work in isolation, join the ALAMA family!
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