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I am getting the following syntax error and not seeing the root of the issue. Any assistance is appreciated.

Msg 156, Level 15, State 1, Line 28
Incorrect syntax near the keyword 'SET'.
SET NOCOUNT ON

IF NOT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM information_schema.TABLES WHERE table_name = 'cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsDiags') 
CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsDiags](
		[DiagnosisId][INT] NULL,
		[DiagnosisCode][VARCHAR](10) NULL,
		[CategoryId][VARCHAR](50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL 
) ON [PRIMARY]


IF NOT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM information_schema.TABLES WHERE table_name = 'cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories')
CREATE TABLE [dbo].[cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories](
		[CategoryName][VARCHAR](50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL,
		[CategoryId][VARCHAR](50) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NOT NULL 
) ON [PRIMARY] 

INSERT INTO cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories(CategoryName,CategoryId) SELECT 'ALLERGY','ALG' WHERE NOT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories WHERE CategoryId = 'ALG') 
INSERT INTO cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories(CategoryName,CategoryId) SELECT 'ASTHMA','AST' WHERE NOT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories WHERE CategoryId = 'AST') 
INSERT INTO cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories(CategoryName,CategoryId) SELECT 'BITES','BTE' WHERE NOT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories WHERE CategoryId = 'BTE')
INSERT INTO cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories(CategoryName,CategoryId) SELECT 'FOREIGN BODY','FOB' WHERE NOT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories WHERE CategoryId = 'FOB')
INSERT INTO cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories(CategoryName,CategoryId) SELECT 'INSECT','INS' WHERE NOT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories WHERE CategoryId = 'INS')
INSERT INTO cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories(CategoryName,CategoryId) SELECT 'LEAD','LED' WHERE NOT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories WHERE CategoryId = 'LED')
INSERT INTO cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories(CategoryName,CategoryId) SELECT 'SKIN','SKN' WHERE NOT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories WHERE CategoryId = 'SKN')
INSERT INTO cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories(CategoryName,CategoryId) SELECT 'TINEA','TIN' WHERE NOT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories WHERE CategoryId = 'TIN')
INSERT INTO cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories(CategoryName,CategoryId) SELECT 'UPPER RESP','URP' WHERE NOT EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories WHERE CategoryId = 'URP')
END

SET NOCOUNT OFF 

IF( 1 = 1)
BEGIN
SELECT 
	Code, 
	Description
FROM 
	Diagnosis dx
	LEFT OUTER JOIN cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsDiags HKDX ON dx.DiagnosisId = HKDX.DiagnosisId
	LEFT OUTER JOIN cusHealthHomesHealthyKidsCategories HKCAT ON HKDX.CategoryId = HKCAT.CategoryId
END
ELSE
BEGIN

DECLARE @ASSIGNEDCAT VARCHAR(50)
SET @ASSIGNEDCAT = NULL

DECLARE @STATUS varchar(10)
IF(1=2)
	SET @STATUS = 'New '
ELSE
	SET @STATUS = ' '

SELECT 
	Code, 
	Description,
	Category = @STATUS + NULL
FROM
	Diagnosis
WHERE
	DiagnosisId IN(NULL)
END

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Hi,
you need to remove the END statement before SET NOCOUNT OFF

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