—(1) Subject to the provisions of this Act, any person —
who holds such postgraduate degrees or qualifications; or
who has gained such special knowledge of and skill and experience,
in family medicine, may apply to the Medical Council to be registered as a family physician in the Register of Family Physicians.
(2) A person may be registered under subsection (1) as a family physician subject to such conditions or restrictions as the Medical Council may impose.
(3) The Medical Council shall not register any person under subsection (1) as a family physician unless the person has obtained a certificate from the Family Physicians Accreditation Board under section 35B.
(4) The Medical Council may, with the approval of the Minister, make regulations for all or any of the following purposes:
providing for the registration of family physicians;
regulating the recording in, removal from, and restoration to the Register of Family Physicians of the names, particulars and qualifications of persons so registered;
providing for appeals by medical practitioners against any decision of the Medical Council refusing to register them in the Register of Family Physicians or to restore their names to that Register or against any decision of the Medical Council to remove their names from that Register;
prescribing the fees payable in respect of —
any application for registration as a family physician;
any such registration as a family physician;
any restoration of names to the Register of Family Physicians; and