We have tools and resources to help GPs support people across Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes area.

You Okay, Doc?

This service supports Doctors' mental health and wellbeing through bespoke mental and emotional health aids. Online support groups, a texting support service as well as webinars and podcasts to support doctors and their mental wellbeing. Find out more here.

BMA Wellbeing Service

This is a completely confidential helpline which can offer same day access to a counsellor and/or peer support. Doctors do not need to be a member of the BMA and the service is open to medical students too. Visit BMA Wellbeing Service website or telephone 0330 123 1245.

GP Wellbeing

Support for GPs during this challenging time, including wellbeing, resilience and mental health resources. Visit RCGP Wellbeing Hub

Doctors in Distress

Helps reduce suicide within the medical profession. This charity was created to raise awareness on the value of medical professionals’ health and wellbeing and the need to care for those that care for doctors. Visit Doctors in Distress website

Practitioner Health

Free, confidential NHS service for doctors and dentists across England with mental illness and addiction problems, who are working or looking to return to clinical practice. The service can help with issues relating to a mental health concern, including stress or depression or an addiction problem. Visit Practitioner Health website

Single Point of Contact (SPOC)

The Professional Support Unit (PSU) have launched this specialist support service for trainee doctors experiencing a range of issues during the COVID-19 outbreak. It is a free, confidential and impartial service. Trainees can sign up for a 45-minute conversation with a senior PSU lead. Click on this link here