Innovators Mentorship Programme GP Entrepreneurs

GPs are a key part of care delivery. They understand patient needs, feel the pressures facing primary care and recognise how things can be improved, but until now have had little opportunity to progress these ideas.

Since 2018, ten entrepreneurial GPs with innovative commercial ideas to support the NHS and primary care, were selected to join the Royal College of GPs’ flagship Innovators Mentorship Programme (IMP). 

The selected GPs join the programme with early stage solutions to address some of the burdens on general practice and improve the lives and care of patients. 

The 2018 GP entrepreneurs 

Campbell Murdoch


Campbell Murdoch

Chief Medical Officer at Gro Health, a digital health platform supporting lifestyle changes to prevent chronic illness with focus on type 2 diabetes, which is a growing demand on the NHS with associated high costs. 


Farhan Amin


Farhan Amin

Founder of Concept Health, which uses virtual reality to provide personalised treatment to patients, delivering the interventions remotely with trained professionals to multiple patients at any one time. Providing treatment quicker than standard approaches, improving patient care and subsequently reducing the demand for GP appointments.


Monal Wadhera


Monal Wadhera

Chief Medical Officer at LiveSmart, an innovative digital health monitoring and optimisation platform that combines digital technology, clinical data and one-to-one personalised telephone health coaching to support lifestyle changes at key times in a person’s life such as at preconception to support improvements in patient care during and after pregnancy.


Nick Harvey


Nicholas Harvey

Founder of Digitalis CPD, an intuitive and dynamic mobile application that makes accessing educational resources easier and supports group learning and addressing curriculum gaps.



Rakeeb Chowdhury

Rakeeb Chowdhury

Founder of BookYourGP, a tool which supports clinicians to automate essential and routine appointments and patient communications. The system reduces administrative work and costs, releasing healthcare professionals time. 




The 2019 GP entrepreneurs

Dr Abdullah AlbeyattiAbdullah Albeyatti

Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder of Medicalchain, a health record system built using OpenEHR standards, supported and protected by blockchain technology. Medicalchain improves convenience through video telemedicine consultations where appropriate.




Dr Catherine Millington-SandersCatherine Millington-Sanders

Co-founder of Difficult Conversations, a AI tech tool which supports improved communications and effective care planning and/or professional feedback for professionals delivering general practice online/virtually.




Dr Christopher CastleChris Castle

Founder of GPEP - Muscle and Joint Empowerment Self-Management App, an app which delivers rehabilitation through the convenience of a smartphone. It aims to empower patients by handing them control and flexibility of their own healthcare pathway. 




Dr Stephen KatebeStephen Katebe

Co-founder of Tekihealth Solutions Limited, a telemedicine services that will provide a home visiting service for GP practices in under-doctored and deprived communities to help alleviate GP workload.




Dr Thomas AdlerTom Adler

Co-founder and director of Peak Medtek Ltd. Accidental falls are common (1 in 2 in the over 80s each year) and costly, affecting patients, carers, the NHS and Social Care. The B4Falls device is a simple and unique bedside innovation triggering a personalised alert designed to prevent night-time falls in the frail and elderly.

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