General Medical Council GP Register

The General Medical Council GP Register was introduced on 31 March 2006 by the General Medical Council. It is a register of doctors who are eligible to work in general practice in the health service in the UK.

From 1 April 2006, all doctors working in general practice in the health service in the UK, other than doctors in training, such as GP Registrars, are required to be on the General Medical Council GP Register.

For further information on the General Medical Council GP Register, see the General Medical Council website.