Your Medical Defence Indemnity provider or the General Medical Practice Indemnity (for Welsh GPs and registered Welsh Locum GPs)
GMPI contact details:
GMPI email: GMPI@wales.nhs.uk
Telephone L&R Claims Helpline: 02920 905 454
Cardiff and Vale ULHB Occupational Health Function Service
This service can help provide advice on health and wellbeing, staff screening, work adaptations, attendance management and ill health retirement and general occupational health advice.
Telephone for Denbigh House, UHW: 02920-743264 (Internal 43264)
Telephone for Roseway Lodge, Llandough Hospital: 02920-715140 (Internal 25140)
For Management referrals queries: Medical Secretary / Clinic Co-ordinator
1st Floor Denbigh House, UHW, 02920 74 2531
Health at Work Advice Line Wales: 0800 107 0900
Cardiff and Vale UHB Wellbeing Service
(NHS Staff only)
Employee wellbeing, occupational health and occupational physiotherapy service.
Employee Wellbeing Service - Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (nhs.wales)
Bro Taf LMC
Representing the views of GPs in Bro Taf on general practice and health service issues. Providing GPs with advice and information. Helping GPs with complaints, partnership and workplace issues. Maintaining the standing of general practice with the media and the public. Encouraging good practice and the maintenance of high professional standards.
Telephone: 029 20899381
Address:Hensol Court Business Centre, Groesfaen, Cardiff, CF72 8NG
Health for Health Professional Wales
A free, confidential counselling services for all NHS Wales health professionals and students. HHP cannot provide legal advice, an advocacy service or represent doctors at tribunals or GMC hearings. It is not an emergency service.
Telephone: 0800 058 2738 (9am-5pm, Monday to Friday).
For out of hours advice, please phone the BMA counselling service
BMA Doctor Support Service
The Doctor Support Service offers emotional support from another doctor who is experienced in providing peer support, and is completely independent from the GMC. It is free and available for all doctors and is completely confidential. If your case ends up at a hearing, you can ask someone from the service to go with you for up to two days of the hearing. It provides support for doctors going through fitness to practice procedures with the GMC, or at risk of having their licence withdrawn.
https://www.bma.org.uk/ or www.bma.org.uk/doctor supportservice
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 0300 123 1233 or 020 7383 6707
Address: Our head office is BMA House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JP
BMA wellbeing services
The BMA’s wellbeing services include a range of free and confidential services and information to help support doctors and medical students:
- Confidential 24/7 counselling line, and Peer support service for all doctors and medical students on 0330 123 1245
- BMA members, plus their partners and dependents, can also access a free structured course of up to six sessions of therapy with a counsellor
- A UK wellbeing support directory detailing various support services by geographical availability on their sources of support page
For further information visit: www.bma.org.uk/advice/work-life-support/your-wellbeing/counselling-and-peer-support
General Medical Council
Telephone: 0161 923 6602
DocHealth – Psychotherapy for doctors
Confidential, face-to-face or remote video psychotherapeutic consultation service for doctors via self-referral. Fees are based on a sliding scale relating to your grade and circumstances. Provided in partnership by the BMA and RMBF. Self-referring doctors can access up to six face to face sessions with the service and further care can be advised.
Telephone: 0207 836 533
Doctor’s Support Network
DSN is a peer support group for doctors with mental health problems
The British Doctors and Dentist Support Group
A mutual support society for doctors and dentists who are recovering, or wish to recover, from addiction/dependency on alcohol or other drugs.