Humber and the Ridings Faculty

Faculty officers

  • Dr Peter Davis, Provost and Fellowship Lead
  • Dr Michael Holmes, Council Rep
  • Dr David Rose, Acting Chair and Honorary Secretary
  • Dr Patricia Webster,Treasurer

Faculty board

  • Dr Joe Klakus (First5 Lead)
  • Dr Matt Fortnam (First5)
  • Dr Daniel Jones (AiT Rep)
  • Dr Una Macleod (HYMS Rep)
  • Dr Lee Guest
  • Mrs Linda Chambers (Lay Rep)
  • Dr Anupam Sinha (First5)
  • Dr David Crick (Retired Member)
  • Dr Ashwaq Al-Hadithi (First5)
  • Dr Siang Lim (First5)
  • Dr Aung Khaing Moe (International Rep)
  • Dr Kanan Pande (Co-opted)
  • Dr Margaret Ikpoh (Education Lead)
  • Dr William Marshall (GP Society Lead)
  • Dr Peter Campion

Dr David Rose. Acting Faculty Chair  

Peter Davis






Dr Peter Davis. Faculty Provost

Faculty events

RCGP Humber and the Ridings Faculty is hosting its Celebrating General Practice event in May featuring a fantastic line up of guest speakers and a chance to celebrate the brightest and best primary care talent in the area.


Join Dr David Rose, Chair RCGP Humber and the Ridings, and hear guest speakers from the Hull and York Medical School and the newly developed Academy of Primary Care. They are Dr Kevin Anderson and Dr Joanne Reeve as well as a keynote speech from Dr David Pearson.


The event will showcase the future of general practice and celebrate the work, commitment and talent of our local colleagues in our after-dinner awards.


Nominations are now open for all categories including Most innovative practice; Inspiring emerging GP and Unsung hero.


For the first time, the Faculty will be awarding a local RCGP Outstanding Contribution to General Practice Award so be sure to nominate your colleagues.


Taking place at the beautiful Cave Castle Hotel & Country Club, Brough on 11 May 2018, guests will enjoy a three-course meal and quality musical entertainment.


This event is open to members and non-member guests alike. To find out more and to request a nomination form for the awards contact


Book online here


View our list of courses and book a place

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About us

We support over 460 members, Fellows, Associates and Associates in Training in the Humber and the Ridings area which covers the North and East Riding of Yorkshire, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire.  Our region has recently been extended to include the Vale of York. 

Partly as a result of our changing boundary we have updated our name to Humber and the Ridings.

Faculty Representatives

Getting involved

We rely on members to play an active role locally, promoting the College aims and objectives. It is essential to raise and maintain awareness of demographic issues and needs of GPs and patients alike, and develop initiatives to support these. If you would like to find out more about becoming involved with the faculty we would be delighted to hear from you.

Faculty News

The next faculty board meeting will be held on Tuesday 12 June 2018 at the Village Hotel, Hull.

All members are invited to attend board meetings and the AGM. If you would like to discuss any item covered or would like an item to be considered at a future meeting, please contact us.

Faculty Events

The Faculty aims to provide educational meetings throughout the year for RCGP members and other health professionals within the Humber and the Ridings area.

If you are interested in providing input to the education programme either as an experienced speaker/trainer or as a GP with a suggestion for a useful training course, we would be pleased to hear from you.

Details of forthcoming Humber and the Ridings Faculty meetings, social events and educational courses can be accessed via the Upcoming Events box on the right.

Faculty Initiatives

Faculty Fellowship

The Faculty actively encourages its members of five years plus standing to consider putting themselves or colleagues forward for Fellowship. The Provost, Dr Peter Davis, leads the Faculty Fellowship Committee and can offer advice and support. Please contact the faculty administrator for further information.

Doctors who received Fellowship during 2016 included: David Ames, Michael Roberts and Michael Hardman.

Annual Dinner

We host an annual dinner each year which is combined with an awards ceremony. The Humber and the Ridings Faculty Annual Dinner is a great way for the Faculty and its members to come together with colleagues and students from across the region to celebrate and showcase local talent in primary care. If you are interested in attending the 2018 Faculty Annual Dinner, at which Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard is the confirmed after dinner speaker, please email the Faculty Administrator Louise Roocroft, who will contact you when registration is open.

Awards and Prizes

The Faculty is pleased to offer the following annual awards:

The Bibby/Innes Award

This award is open to Humber and the Ridings Faculty AiTs in their second or third year of specialty training.

The Eric Clow Award

This award is open to HYMS students in Years 1 - 3. 

The Simon Wilkinson Award

This award is open to HYMS students in Years 4 or 5.

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding these awards.

White Rose

In addition to the services we provide to members locally, we have joined with Sheffield and Yorkshire faculties to consider an education programme that meets the needs of members across our county.

More details of the White Rose joint initiative, and the upcoming White Rose events can be found here.

Contact us

RCGP Humber and the Ridings Faculty Office
Bank Quay House
Sankey Street

Telephone: 0203 188 7786
Fax: 0203 188 7781
The office is open from 09:30-17:00 Monday-Friday.
Faculty Administrator: Louise Roocroft
A voicemail system is in operation when the office is closed. Please call before visiting the office.

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