Terry Kemple | GMC# 2229764

  • Retired as senior partner Horfield Health Centre, Lockleaze Road, Horfield, Bristol BS7 9RR on 31/12/15
  • Past President RCGP 2015-17. Retired General Practitioner, withdrew from NHS Performers List and voluntary erasure from GMC register June 2018

Declaration History


Declaration Dec. 13, 2019, 10:17 a.m.



RCGP Representative for Sustainability, Climate Change and Green Issues, and on behalf of RCGP member of the executive of the UK Health Alliance for Climate Change Lead for the NUS/SOS Green Impact for Health Toolkit and Award Scheme

Other work



My wife is a retired NHS psychiatrist and has no paid employment



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Archived Declarations

June 28, 2018

Past Declarations

I held remunerated roles in NHS management, research, education and appraisals until 31/3/18

Other Declarations

I am RCGP college representative for sustainability, climate change and green issues and RCGP reimburses some of the travel expenses associated with that role

Nov. 17, 2017

Nothing To Declare

Feb. 5, 2016

Other Declarations

I work a half day a week for Health Education England as a Training Programme Director in the Bristol GP speciality training programme, NHS England as a GP appraiser doing 20 GP appraisals a year in the Bristol area, a half day a week as NIHR clinical research champion for general practice in S Glos, Bristol and North Somerset, advice my former practice (Horfield HC) on strategy and research and also do occasional clinical sessions for a fixed fee of £10,000 pa, and provide a few hours consultancy advice each month re seven day working (paid at £75/hr) to the One Care Consortium in Bristol (which is a federation of >70 general practices funded by prime Ministers Challenge Fund money).

Dec. 6, 2015

Other Declarations

I am President of the Royal College of GPs

May 5, 2015

Other Declarations

I am a partner at Horfield Health Centre. The practice owns the health centre and adjoining property Horfield House and gets rental income from various tenants. The practice also has membership of the One care Consortium which has funding in 2014 and 2015 from the the Prime Ministers Challenge Fund to increase access to primary care and owns shares in GP care which is a local GP lead provider company.

Oct. 10, 2014

Other sources of income or benefits from other organisations relevant to medical practice

Company Reason for receipt of fees Total amount received
GP care My practice is a small shareholder in GP care which is a Bristol based federation of >100 practices formed to improved services in primary care under £100

Research grants paid by private institutions to your department

Company Reason for receipt of fees Total amount received
National Institute for Health Research My practice hosts NIHR approved commercial and non-commercial research and some of this may be funded by pharmaceutical companies £2000 - £5000

Oct. 10, 2014

Nothing To Declare