Letters & info sent to GPs after being found 'fit-for-work', regards 'Fit Notes' and related matters

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

Please discose copies of any standard or template letters or notifications you send to the GPs of their specific patients and your claimants found 'fit-to-work', after undertaking a Work Capability Assessment (WCA). Plus any information you send to GPs related to this context with regards the issuing of Fit Notes in connection to WCAs outcomes indicating someone is fit-to-work'.

Yours faithfully,

Frank Zola

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S. Gwilliam left an annotation ()

Frank,
I hope you are going to follow this up and ask about any other ESA65 forms.
I know that ESA65 itself is the summary of the WCA points score sent to the claimant following a FFW decision, I have one of those myself from an old FFW decision. (Overturned at appeal).
But what about ESA65A? and is there an ESA65C, or D, etc.

If you are not going to follow this up please let me know and I will make a request for the information myself.

Regards
Steve

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