Continuing our long tradition of not posting Christmas cards to our network of sessional GP groups, and instead donating to a charity on their behalf, this year we're delighted to be sponsoring UNICEF.
Unicef provides vaccines to immunise one in three of the world’s children against preventable diseases, and this winter is providing relief to some of the 8 million children affected by the conflict in Syria by providing warm clothes, shoes and blankets. You can also make your own personal donation via the UNICEF website.
Meanwhile, we humbly thank you, our members, for all your support over the last year and we're very much looking forward to providing you with as much support as we can throughout 2017.
(Image from www.unicef.org.uk)
Richard has worked as a freelance GP locum since 1995 in around 100 different practices, living and working in West Sussex and Hampshire. He founded NASGP in 1997, he is NASGP’s chairman and started the UK’s first locum chambers in 2004.
He enjoys walking, is a keen potter, reads too many books on behavioural economics and has an unhealthy obsession with his sourdough starter.