Londonwide LMCs is the professional voice of London general practice.
Local Medical Committees (LMCs) are made up of practicing GPs and practice staff elected by local GPs. LMCs are statutory bodies which are in place to represent the interests of all local GPs and their teams. Londonwide LMCs is the overarching organisation that represents 27 boroughs across the capital. We provide LMCs with support and guidance on pan-London and local issues, via our Sector, Communications, Resources and GP Support directorates.
Providing specialist advice and guidance on a wide range of local and pan-London issues, our focus is helping practices to secure their future. In today's challenging health and social care environment it's a crucial role we undertake with passion, pride and professionalism.
Find your LMC
Your London borough local medical committee, comprised of locally elected GPs, is focused on providing local leadership across a complex and challenging health and social care landscape. Building and sustaining strong local relationships with CCGs, PCT clusters, local authorities and a raft of voluntary sector and patient groups is an essential committee role.
LMC members, supported at Londonwide LMCs by a highly experienced sector team, meet regularly to discuss, constructively challenge and influence the way local services are developed to meet diverse patient and population needs.
As PCTs and NHS London are abolished and Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) become real, local general practice and patients need and deserve strong representation and an effective voice.
If you are a GP, practice manager or practice nurse and interested in getting involved in your LMC - as a committee member or observer - or perhaps you want to raise an issue with your LMC.