By using this website you agree to the terms of this disclaimer. If you do not agree with the whole or any part of this disclaimer you must not use the website.


The website has been developed as part of the GP Excellence programme which aims to support practices through every stage of quality improvement, from ‘Rescue’ stage to sustained quality ‘Excellence’.

By using the website you show that you understand and acknowledge that no legal relationship is created between you and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), its officers, agents and/or employees through your use of the website.

We try to ensure that the website functions properly and that the information on it is accurate. We do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage which may occur from your use of the website or the information it conatins.

Membership of the website is open to people working in GP practices and other organisations that support them across Greater Manchester. We ask that people refrain from joining the website in order to look for business with GP practices. We reserve the right to withdraw membership at any time.

Information sharing

We encourage members to share information about themselves and their organisations with other members. Whilst we make every effort to encourage members to share information appropriately we cannot guarantee the accuracy or usefulness of this information. We reserve the right to remove any information we consider inappropriate, for example any identifiable patient information included in a resource, case study or discussion. Please email gpexcellencegm@gmail.com if you find inappropriate information that you would like to be removed from the website.

If you do upload any material to the website you agree to it being used for the purposes of the site and warrant that the copyright and other intellectual property rights in the uploaded material either belongs to you or that you have the right to upload the uploaded material.

Links to other websites

This website contain links to other websites of interest. However, once you have used these links to leave our site, you should note that we do not have any control over that other website. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for the protection and privacy of any information which you provide whilst visiting such sites.


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