In the central atrium of the Royal Society of Medicine a series of floor to ceiling glass panels are inscribed with the names of doctors, nurses, surgeons and other professionals from across the spectrum of medicine and healthcare.

This is the Wall of Honour - and it's open to you.

Wall of honour - close up with number

Making a dedication

Making a dedication on the Wall of Honour gives you an opportunity to honour someone important to you from the world of medicine and healthcare.

It could be a family member, friend or mentor who inspired you in your career, a GP, hospice or hospital worker you admire, even the person who delivered your children or grandchildren.

They don’t need to be an RSM member, or even still working; it can also be a tribute to someone who has recently retired or passed away.

How to arrange an inscription

To permanently honour a colleague, mentor or family member, we ask for a one-off donation of £2,500 (reduced to £2,000 if the person nominating is an RSM member). These funds are then invested in medical education, so the person being honoured continues to inspire the next generation of healthcare professionals.

If you would like to arrange an inscription or find out more about the Wall of Honour, please contact the membership department at

You can download and complete our Wall of Honour donation form and send it back to us by email or post. Once you have returned your form, the RSM will be in touch to arrange the donation and inscription. 

Our virtual Wall of Honour is currently under development, please bare with us while our work is in progress. Due to unforeseen circumstances this has been delayed. 

Wall of Honour names