About Us

The Cameron Fund is the GPs' own charity.
It is the only medical benevolent fund that
solely supports general practitioners and their dependents. We provide support to GPs and their families in times of financial need, whether through ill-health, disability, death or loss of employment. We help those who are already suffering from financial hardship and those
who are facing it.

Find out more in our About Us section.

Applying for Help

Applications are welcome from, or on behalf
of, present or former GPs, their families, and dependents.

We also welcome referrals from Local Medical Committees and other organisations or individuals who may know of someone who might benefit from support from us.

Find out more in our Applying for Help section.

Latest News

Lucy Warner talks about the NEW GP Health Service

I am pleased to let you know that a new NHS GP Health Service has opened which will provide confidential mental health support for GPs and GP trainees suffering from mental ill-health and addiction.

The free and confidential service will take self-referrals and be provided through a regional network of experienced clinicians and therapists across 13 areas in England, who will deliver support for a range of conditions including: 

Medical Women's Federation 100th Anniversary

Between Wednesday 10 May and Saturday 13 May, the Medical Women's Federation are holding a series of events to mark their centenary year.  To find out more about the celebrations click here

Supporting the health of Health Practioners

The NHS Pracitioner Health Programme will be holding a one day UK-wide health summit on Wednesday 29 March.  The UK Physician Health Summit 2017 will be chaired by Dr Clare Gerada, Medical Director at NHS PHP and will cover the NEW GP Health Service, which aims to help doctors who are unwell to remain, or return to work, in a safe clinical practice where possible.
For further information and to book your place click here

All Christmas gifts gratefully received

We'd like to thank Pulse magazine for publising the Fund's Christmas Appeal this year.  Hopefully this will lead to an increase in the monetary gifts the Fund will receive.  Allowing us to continue to provide valuable support to GPs and their families at Christmas time, and all through the year to come.  Follow this link to the Treasurer's Christmas Letter

When UK General Practice took a giant leap forward

Trustee Dr Gary Calver gave a presentation to all those attending the Cameron Fund's drinks reception. Guests heard about the role Sir James Cameron played in negoiating the 1966 GP Contract.  He spoke about the importance of the Contract at the time and the difference it has made to modern General Practice, as well as telling everyone how the Cameron Fund itself was established, just four years later.  To read the text from Dr Calver's presentation click here

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