If you continue without changing your settings, we’ll assume you’re happy to receive all cookies from the BMA website.
Find out more about cookies
We represent doctors both individually and collectively, working with UK governments to lobby for improvements to health and health care.
Attend one of a series of events across England in January and February 2017 to hear from leaders of the JDC and voice your experiences and views as you move to the new contract.
The BMA writes to Prime Minister Theresa May, requesting an urgent meeting with doctors to hear the reality of delivering care in 2017.
We are committed to improving the health of people in the UK and across Europe. Find out more about our key priorities and work in the EU.
Since the start of 2017, there has been widespread media coverage surrounding the unusually severe pressure on NHS hospital and GP services, what has caused this ‘crisis’ and what can be done to alleviate the strain on health and social care services.
Get the latest on STPs (sustainability and transformation plans) and find out how they affect you at a local level. Read our FAQs on how to get more involved, watch the video and check the deficit funding map.
Useful information about the role of PAs and the concerns that have been raised about them, and how the BMA will be influencing PA roles and how they are introduced into the service.
Responding to the news, BMA GP committee chair challenged the assertion that GPs are not already providing seven-day care.
The latest news, guidance and current issues for general practice from the general practitioners committee.
Another example of how failures from service providers commissioned by NHS England are causing havoc on the ground for practices.
We have a range of initiatives to help BMA members get more involved with committee activities.
20 January 2017
Health leaders have roundly rejected the prime minister’s claim that the NHS is well funded, amid multiple signs that winter pressures have become widespread, straining the service severely.
19 January 2017
Private firms have been paid a ‘shocking’ £2.3m to draw up controversial plans which will cut health and social care spending by more than £1bn in a part of London.
A recruitment campaign aimed at boosting the number of GPs in Wales has had some early success, first minister Carwyn Jones has said.
Experience the benefits a BMA membership offers with specialist advice on issues such as contracts, pay and discrimination.
Get the support you need to progress in your career from an organisation that understands your unique needs and the daily challenges you face.
Gain access to resources, advice and support to help you get peace of mind and rest assured that help is at hand whenever you need it.