|Years active 1989–present|
Name Miles Mack
Field General Practitioner
Known for Chair of RCGP Scotland
|Education University of Edinburgh|
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Miles B. Mack FRCGP is a British medical doctor and chair of the Scottish council of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). He works as a general practitioner in Dingwall in the north of Scotland.
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- Early life
- RCGP Scotland chair
- Awards and honours
Mack was born in Essex and lived there for 15 years, before his parents moved to the Highlands. He studied Medicine at the University of Edinburgh, qualifying in 1989.
He has been a partner at Dingwall Health Centre since 1993.
He helped mark the centenary of the 1912 Dewar Report having helping undertake research into the contents of the work. He described Scottish Government’s plans to designate new controls on pharmacy applications as a significant step forward in health service planning for remote and rural and isolated areas. Mack has also highlighted the importance of support for people who experience difficulties related to mental health.
RCGP Scotland chair
In November 2014, he became the chair of the Scottish council of RCGP, succeeding Dr John Gillies. He is vice chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and Faculties in Scotland.
During his first year as RCGP Scotland chairman, Mack highlighted many issues that would need to be tackled in Scotland. He also spoke about how he saw general practice as a part of healthcare worth investing in, Following this the Scottish Government announced some further measures of support for general practice.
Awards and honours
Mack became a Fellow of the college in 2009. He was the recipient of the RCGP’s Alastair Donald Award in 2012.