Guidance

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Our Values
Last Reviewed Date
20/05/2024

Wessex LMCs is a family of approaching one hundred individuals, who interact daily to deliver first-class representation and support to our constituents.

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As an organisation, Wessex LMCs is here to represent and support GPs, Practice Managers, Nurses, and the rest of the Primary Care Team.

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About Us
Last Reviewed Date
02/01/2024

Wessex Local Medical Committees (LMCs) is the representative team, on behalf of the LMC Committees, covering all GPs and their Practices, operating across the counties of Dorset, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, Bath & North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire. We also provide services to the Islands of Jersey and Guernsey.

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I am a Nurse / AHP…
Last Reviewed Date
21/12/2023

Both the guidance link and the link to our podcasts and videos, below, are pre-populated to show articles related to your role as a Practice Nurse / AHP.

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How Wessex LMCs is Funded?
Last Reviewed Date
08/12/2023

The Statutory Levy, The National Levy and a brief guide to the General Practitioners Defence Fund Levy.

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GP Representation – The Role of the LMC
Last Reviewed Date
08/12/2023

Are you familiar with the roles and responsibilities of Wessex LMCs? Dr Gareth Bryant, our former Chief Executive, gives us an overview

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I am a GP…
Last Reviewed Date
28/09/2023

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The Board of the Wessex LMCs
Last Reviewed Date
15/08/2023

The ‘Board’ of the Wessex LMCs is the board of directors that runs the central office and services for the constituent LMCs. Each LMC has its Chairperson and Vice-chairperson as members of the Board as of right and, collectively, they vote in a Chair and Vice Chair of the Board.

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The LMC is the only elected, representative body of local GP opinion. It has certain statutory duties and must be consulted on certain issues.

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The BMA was founded, as the Provincial Medical and Surgical Association, in Worcester in 1832 when there was no regulation of the profession; anyone could practice as a doctor.