Local Medical Committee

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Local Medical Committees

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What is a local medical committee (LMC)?

LMCs are local representative committees of NHS GPs and represent their interests in their localities to the NHS health authorities.

They interact and work with – and through – the General Practitioners Committee as well as other branch of practice committees and local specialist medical committees in various ways, including conferences.

LMCs are not regional BMA offices. If you wish to contact the BMA regional office please contact us or phone 0300 123 1233.

See a model constitution for an LMC  (Word - May 2013)
Get details of the non-statutory function of LMCs

 

Find your LMC

Get involved and look up the contact details for your local LMC office, including postal address, telephone numbers and emails.

 

Sessional GPs and LMCs

The BMA has produced guidance to address the under-representation of sessional GPs on local medical LMCs and to encourage communication and engagement between GPs and LMCs.

Despite a willingness to encourage sessional GPs and LMCs to engage with each other, there has been a lack of progress. Frustrations are clearly felt on both sides.

Read more and download the guidance