As a College member, you have access to exclusive member benefits and services including resources, news, learning, and discounts.


Free College weekly e-newsletter with important primary care updates, information about consultations, education events, conferences, vacancies and more.

College events

Discounted registration to attend College events such as the Annual Conference and Education Convention.

BMJ Learning

Free access to all 550 BMJ Learning modules, one of the world’s most respected online learning services for GPs. BMJ Learning offers a range of resources that deal with everyday issues in primary care, general practice and hospital medicine. Please note, BMJ Learning is part of your College membership but not BMJ Best Practice.

Discounted advertising

Discounted rates for our advertising channels. Find out more about advertising.

Member resources

Free access to Member resources such as: Cultural Competence, Self Care, General Practice Ownership etc.

GP Pulse e-magazine 

GP Pulse is the College’s online magazine. Accessible from any device, GP Pulse is regularly updated with the latest clinical, College, equity, member, rural and sector news. 


The College has negotiated discounts for members with suppliers of medical books and office products.

Journal of Primary Health Care

Receive an email alert for the College’s peer-reviewed quarterly journal, designed to meet the information needs of New Zealand GPs, practice nurses, community pharmacists and other primary health care practitioners. The JPHC is indexed in the MEDLINE, EMBASE and CINAHL databases. Read the Journal of Primary Health Care


All College members can access free EAP services confidentially by calling 800 327 669 (international number +64 9 353 0906). They have clinical psychologists, budget and financial advisors, legal advisors, and other professionals ready to support you. Please mention The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners when you call. There’s more information on the EAP website.

New benefits

Products and services are continually being sought and developed. Members are welcome to put forward suggestions for consideration.