Donate to Legal Fund

We need your support which will help shape and protect the future of General Practice.  We need a ‘fighting fund’ to continue our current and future legal challenges, which we believe are in the interest and benefit to all General Practitioners. Please pledge by either:

CHEQUE
You can send a cheque to William Fry Solicitors, 2 Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2. Please clearly mark your contribution NAGP Fund – Ref: 023266.0002. Please also include your name and address, and practice name along with names of those GPs contributing.

BANK TRANSFER
Account name: William Fry Clients Account
IBAN: IE79 AIBK93122514860477
BIC: AIBKIE2D

PLEASE quote the reference 023266.0002.CKL  along with your name and practice when transferring.

ONLINE PAYPAL PAYMENT

10 reasons to encourage your colleagues to join NAGP

  1. The cost of membership is only €625 per annum
  2. Stronger membership figures will generate the critical funding the union requires to finance our legal challenges, employ staff to deal efficiently with ongoing member queries and issues, and continue our public relations campaigns and lobbying activities.
  3. Having secured our negotiating licence, the NAGP is now in a position to fully represent you and negotiate with the Department of Health and the HSE on your behalf.
  4. We only represent GPs, not all doctors – Irish general practice has never had more need of an independent voice.
  5. We continue to insist upon the reversal of the FEMPI cuts and the removal of the threat of competition law.
  6. We actively campaign against the ill-conceived universal health insurance scheme and the under-6’s and over 70’s contracts.
  7. We continue to insist upon full negotiations between the NAGP and all relevant bodies.
  8. In 12 short months, the NAGP achieved a critical mass of more than 1200 GP members. This allows the association to represent you on a level playing field. It is our aim to have 2,000 members by the end of 2016.
  9. The NAGP was responsible for organising the very successful GP/TD meetings across the country. The meetings allowed us to present the issues directly to the political decision-makers.
  10. In September 2014, we organised the first ever public protest of GPs in Ireland to highlight that general practice is at breaking point.

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