RCGP Scotland awards

RCGP Scotland run three awards each year to recognise high quality care and outstanding service in general practice within Scotland.

Alastair Donald Award

This award recognises outstanding achievement in the areas of service delivery, education, research and wider contribution to society. The award is open to any RCGP member or fellow in Scotland.

You can nominate someone if you’re an AiT, member or fellow of RCGP in good standing by writing to us to tell us why you feel your colleague should be considered for the award. Your nomination will need to be seconded with a letter from another AiT, member or fellow in good standing. 

Previous winners of the Alastair Donald Award -

Dr Alan Begg              Dr Jane Bruce             Dr Ken McLean                      
Dr Miles Mack             Dr Roy Robertson       Dr James Douglas
Dr Alex Watson           Dr Bill Taylor               Dr Tricia Donald               

Outstanding GP Award

The award will recognise outstanding achievement of quality patient care delivered by a GP by receiving nominations from professional healthcare colleagues.

Outstanding Practice Award

Patient nominated award to recognise a practice team that makes a positive impact on improving patient care in their practice and their local area.

Student Creativity Award

Medical students and FY doctors are invited to demonstrate what the essence of general practice means to them, in a creative way. This can be through music, art, video, vlog, poetry and so much more. For further information about the award and how to apply, please see the attached flyer [pdf]

Contact us

For more information please contact the Scotland Awards Team at:

RCGP Scotland
25 Queen Street
Edinburgh, EH2 1JX
Tel: 020 3188 7750
Email: awards.scotland@rcgp.org.uk

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