The Rose-Hunt Award is the highest accolade awarded by the RACGP. The award is a gift from the Royal College of General Practitioners to the RACGP, commemorating the founding members of the Royal College of General Practitioners, Dr Fraser Rose and Lord Hunt of Fawley.
The Rose-Hunt Award is awarded to one person who is a Fellow or a member, who – in the opinion of the Board – has rendered outstanding service in the promotion of the objectives of the RACGP, either by individual patient care, organisation, education, research or any other means.
Outstanding service may be over a period of 10 years or a substantial and significant contribution to general practice over a shorter period.
Nominations can be made by any two Fellows of the RACGP. You can read more about the Rose-Hunt Award online.