This is who we are

This is who we are

Member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

I walk around in different cities of country specially under privileged areas to serve humanity, treat patients and find trends of many diseases. It gives me full motivation.

We are a worldwide community of inspiring health professionals working together to advance our profession and improve patient care. Many of us give our time freely to develop curricula, set exam questions, and contribute to the development of good health policy.

Each year several thousand hours of our members’ time is given voluntarily, working in partnership with our college staff in pursuit of our purpose to provide relevant, meaningful and inspirational support to other members and prospective members at every stage of their career.
Together we’re a force for good, determined to deliver positive progress for healthcare professionals. The challenges of working in modern medicine are complex and demanding – the profession needs a 21st century College up for the challenges of 21st century medicine.

Join our community today, add your voice and help us speak up for the profession. Work with us to deliver positive progress for the healthcare profession. We are on your side.

Our College plays a leading role as a respected and authoritative voice within the health sector across the UK. Over the past year we’ve made great advances in professionalising our approach to engaging more effectively with government, parliament and the wider health sector when it comes to creating effective health policy.

- Richard Hull

What we stand for

Together we are demanding action to address workforce shortages and implement solutions to help reduce staff burnout.

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What we do

Over the past year we’ve made great advances in professionalising our approach to engaging more effectively with the wider health sector.

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Add your voice and help us speak up for the profession. Work with us to deliver positive progress for the healthcare profession.

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Our Values

With care and compassion at our core, our work is guided by our values.

Inclusive

Demonstrating care, kindness, civility, generosity and mutual respect through the way we welcome, work and interact with people.

Community

Working together to support one another to succeed; listening to and engaging with partners and people, locally, nationally and globally, to achieve our core purpose.

Integrity

Valuing and learning from our heritage and commitment to excellence; never compromising on our core purpose, our standards and the quality of delivery.

Innovative

Proactively challenging current thinking with a forward-looking agile approach that meets the changing needs of our members and all those who interact with us.

Inspiring

Leading by example through open dialogue, teamwork and engagement to maximise our potential and affect change.

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Intercollegiate influence

Our College community plays an integral role on a number of groups which set standards for the medical profession. We are an active voice for our members in influencing and shaping medical, surgical and dental curricula, training and assessment. We are the only Royal College in the UK and Ireland that represents healthcare professionals working across both medicine and surgery. As well as the important role we play in partnership with other Royal Colleges and standard setting groups, we have established an extensive network of partnerships around the world.

Partnership

We are inclusive in our outlook and believe there is great strength is working with others to deliver the best outcomes, whether that is in influencing policy changes, delivering education and examinations, or supporting colleagues around the world. Our established network of strategic partnerships is consistently growing

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