Dr Margaret Ikpoh

Vice Chair (Professional Development), RCGP

Speciality: RCGP Vice Chair Professional Development & Standards and General Practitioner, Holderness Health

Margaret Ikpoh is a GP Partner at Holderness Health, a practice for 36,000 patients in East Yorkshire and has worked there for 12 years. She is the current Royal College of General Practitioners Vice Chair for Professional Development.

She is the practice lead for research and has had previous roles with the NIHR Yorkshire and Humber as a research champion for First5 GPs and AITs.

She is also the former Associate Director for Primary Care for Hull York Medical School and is a GP Trainer.

She was also the former co-Chair for the regional Primary Care Workforce Group with NHS England & Improvement for the North-East and Yorkshire Regional People Board and is still an active member.

At the RCGP, she has been involved in the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Task groups and was awarded Fellow of The Year at the 2021 RCGP Inspire Awards ceremony and received a highly recommended award at the National BAME awards in 2022.