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General Practitioner Report (GPR)

A general practitioners report (GPR) may be required by an insurance company to fully assess an application for Life Assurance, Critical Illness Insurance or Income Protection.

The GPR allows the insurance company medical information about your general state of health and deeper information about any particular medical conditions you might be suffering from.

Usually they will provide much more information about a condition than you can remember.

The reports are paid for by the insurance company and you have the right to see the contents of the report before it is sent, by your doctor, to the insurer.

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