Sessional GPs committee

The sessional GPs committee is part of the GPC (general practitioners committee). We provide national representation for all salaried and locum GPs.

Location: UK
Updated: Thursday 22 April 2021
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Sessional GPs newsletter

For news, opinion and updates from the Sessional GPs committee, read the latest newsletter.

​The sessional GPs committee is part of the BMA's GPC (general practitioners committee). We provide national representation for all salaried and locum GPs.

Members come from a range of backgrounds and careers and draw on their knowledge and experience to speak up and fight for a fairer deal for sessional GPs.

Our priorities

We endeavour to:

  • consider all matters of interest for salaried and locum GPs
  • lead on all GPC issues that primarily affect sessional GPs
  • respond to relevant consultations affecting sessional GPs
  • work with other subcommittees as and when required on the development of policy and the production of guidance.

 

Our people

Chair: Ben Molyneux

Members

East Midlands
Kalindi Krishna Tumurugoti

East of England
Nicki Kemp

London
Krishan Aggarwal

North East
Paula Wright

North West
Mark Coley

Northern Ireland
Conan Castles

Scotland
Jennifer MacDonald

South West
L-J (Laura-Jane) Evans

South East Coast
Sarah Westerbeek

South Central
Matthew Mayer

Wales
Nimish Shah

West Midlands
Karthik Bhat

Yorkshire and Humber
Rolan Schreiber

Committee member- national seat
Rachel McMahon

Committee member- national seat
Venothan Suri

Our meetings

The sessional GPs committee meets four times a year to discuss the issues that affect all salaried and locum GPs. These meetings are open to committee members only, but non-members can apply for the BMA committee visitors scheme.

Committee meetings:

  • Wednesday 20 January 2021
  • Wednesday 21 April 2021
  • Wednesday 7 July 2021

All meetings take place from 10am to 4pm either virtually or at:

BMA House
Tavistock Square
London
WC1H 9JP

For more information, email [email protected].

 

Get in touch

If you are interested in finding out more about the work of the sessional GPs committee, please contact [email protected].