Strengthened by our collaborations
NASGP membership is recognised across our sector.
As the National Association for Sessional GPs, we have strong relationships with the key players in the world of healthcare. We collaborate and consult with these organisations when needed. Members benefit from their expert contributions and enjoy advantages in terms of discounted products and services.
The RCGP is the professional membership body for GPs in the UK. Our purpose is to encourage, foster and maintain the highest possible standards in general medical practice.
We support GPs through all stages of their career, from medical students considering general practice, through to training, qualified years and retirement.
“One of the RCGP’s key priorities is to deliver practical solutions to tackle workload pressure and sustain and equip GPs to provide the best possible patient care. Our relationship with the NASGP supports this by giving our locum members valuable discounts for NASGP services, enabling them to better manage their workloads through the brilliant NASGP platform.”
Royal College of General Practitioners
Honey Barrett are highly experienced medical accountants. We provide a personalised, specialist service with a thorough understanding of the unique financial challenges faced by GPs.
We want to ensure all of our GPs receive the tax and accounts support they need to enable them to focus on delivering exceptional patient care.
Guidelines supports GPs to keep up to date with and implement the latest clinical guidance. NASGP members receive free registration to the website/app, and discounts on Guidelines Live tickets and printed journal subscriptions.
We are excited to partner with the NASGP to allow members access to our educational content.
Having worked with locums nationally for many years we have always felt there are too many instances when the securities and advantages afforded to other areas of Medicine are not extended to locums.
We are delighted to be working with NASGP as they improve the professional lives of locums across the UK.
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