Contact us

Our normal office hours are 09.00–17.00 GMT, Monday–Friday.

London office

Situated on the east entrance of Regent's Park with easy access to central London, the Royal College of Physicians' Grade I listed HQ houses a museum, library, seminar and lecture halls, meeting rooms, curated gardens and banquet suite.

Royal College of Physicians
11 St Andrews Place
Regent's Park

+44 (0)20 3075 1649

Visit our London office
RCP London Building

Liverpool office

Our new northern home is positioned in the heart of Liverpool's medical and scientific precinct. It is considered a major gateway building within the Paddington Village development, which is being led by Liverpool City Council.

Royal College of Physicians
The Spine
2 Paddington Village
L7 3FA

+44 (0)151 318 2000

Visit our Liverpool office
Spine Outside

Other contacts

For Faculty of Physician Associates enquiries, please visit the FPARCP website.

For enquiries around our international work or membership, please contact our Global team.

For JRCPTB specialty training enquiries please visit the dedicated JRCPTB website.

For information pertaining to our library, please view our Library services information.

RCP members and fellows can submit expenses claims using our online expenses system.

For MRCP(UK)-related enquiries, please visit the MRCP(UK) website.

For press and media enquiries, please contact our press office.

Please find more information about our complaints procedures.

For UK region enquiries, please contact our Regions team.

The RCP boasts two versatile venues for conferences, meetings, dining and training: RCP London Events and Spaces at The Spine, Liverpool.

To discuss your event requirements and hire the Regent’s Park venue, please call +44 (0)20 7034 4900 or send an email to

To discuss your event requirements and hire Spaces at The Spine, please call +44 (0)151 318 2200 or send an email to

Please find information about William Harvey house hotel.

Frequently asked questions

Information on joining the RCP can be found in the Membership section of our website.

Have a specific question about your membership? Email us at

For information on RCP Fellowship, please see the Fellowship section of our website.

Please contact the relevant team for the system login you require help with:

Please see the RCP and COVID-19 for more information on the RCP’s COVID-19 activities, advice and contact details for further enquiries.

To register to use the online CPD diary complete and return the CPD registration form. The form and additional information can be accessed on the CPD diary homepage:

For further CPD diary questions please contact the CPD team:

For queries about RCP e-learning modules please email

For queries about RCP events, please use the contact details provided on the event listing in our Events section.

For information relating to our venues and venue hire, please visit this page.

For queries about RCP library services, including Athens accounts, literature searches and document  delivery, please email

The RCP offers both print and digital advertising for its two medical journals Clinical Medicine and Future Healthcare Journal, and its membership magazine Commentary. For more information (including rates and contact details) please see:

To change your RCP journal mailing preferences, including cancellation of postal copies of College Commentary, you can opt out when you log into your MyRCP account or by emailing

For submissions to RCP journals, including Clinical Medicine, please see the RCP Journals website:

The Royal College of Physicians is a professional body aiming to improve the quality of patient care by continually raising medical standards. We are not able to provide a patient referral service nor can we recommend consultants to patients. We would advise patients to consult their general practitioner for referral to a specialist. If appropriate, GPs should be able to arrange appointments for a second opinion either by another GP or a hospital doctor.

Patients wishing to identify and contact a specialist or consultant directly may refer to NHS Choices consultant guide. This is a free online database, which can be searched by specialty and postcode:

To verify that doctors are licensed to practice, check the General Medical Council register, which can be freely consulted online. The register includes details of specialist qualification.

The Faculty of Physician Associates works under the auspices of the Royal College of Physicians. The Faculty is responsible for organising certification and recertification examinations for physician associates and accrediting university programmes.  For further information please see the FPA website: or email