The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (the College) is the professional body and postgraduate educational institute for general practitioners (GPs). The College strives to ensure a high standard of care in general practices across New Zealand by setting the standard for quality systems.
A culturally diverse Board governs the College; elected Board members are general practitioners, supported by independent directors. The seven Board members include:
Meet the Board
The Council is the listening post for all College members and relays critical viewpoints from their local Faculty or Chapter regarding policy issues, priorities for policy work and other opinions from around New Zealand to the Board. The Council comprises of one member from every Faculty and Chapter all over New Zealand.
Meet the National Advisory Council
The senior management team leads College staff to achieve our strategic aims of:
Meet the Senior Management Team
The EAG provides our Board, chief executive and management team with expert advice for our education and training programmes, including GPEP for registrars, Fellowship Assessment standards, and continuing professional development for Fellows.
Meet the EAG.
The College Rules set out who may become a member of the College, and members’ rights, duties and privileges. It also describes the College’s charitable purpose and how College will be governed.
The Rules were updated by a member vote at the College Annual General Meeting on 27 July 2019.
College rules 2019.
Every meeting of the College Board and the National Advisory Council is summarised and made available to our members through minutes.
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