The Royal College of Physicians is an iconic building, located in Regent's Park close to the centre of London with great transport links, and high quality local hotels and restaurants.
Since its foundation in 1518, the RCP has had five headquarters in London. The current Grade I listed building in Regent’s Park was designed by architect Sir Denys Lasdun and opened in 1964. Considered a modernist masterpiece, it is one of London’s most important post-war buildings. The Dorchester Library has more than 30 000 printed books and pamphlets and there is a fine collection of over 100 books that date from the earliest days of printing in the late fifteenth century.
Conference Awards 2017 - Silver - Best Conference Venue Customer Service (under 500 delegates) .AV Awards 2017 - Best AV Tech Team. Meeting Industry Marketing Awards - 2013 (Best Brochure). AIPC APEX Award. Winner of best conference venue for under 250 delegates or less - Conference Awards 2012.
Eclectic cuisine, bespoke menus and first class service. The RCP Food and Beverage team have created an exceptional set of mouse watering menus, which reflect the latest modern cuisine, as well as traditional classics. All event delegates will be entitled to free hot lunches, snacks and beverages during the event. We have numerous breaks during our event for this purpose. All food is Halal.
The Royal College of Physicians have had a medical garden since 1965. The garden was extensively replanted and expanded by Mark Griffiths in 2005-06 with sponsorship from the Wolfson Foundation.Under the stewardship of head gardener Jane Knowles the collection has continued to expand and now contains over 1,100 plants with links to the history of medicine.
Our London Core Review course sponsors will have exhibitions in common areas to showcase their latest products and services. Through the help of sponsors, we are able to maintain fees as low as possible making the course more accessesible. We encourage all our delegates to network with our sponsors.