The UK’s Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has launched a pioneering scheme teaching doctors how to provide healthcare for patients from the LGBT+ community. LGBT people are often discriminated against in the medical institutions, and that is why they are afraid to apply for healthcare even when they extremely need it. As it often can be a question of life and death, the specialists raise concern about the problem of anti-LGBT+ discrimination in healthcare. Publicly and privately funded health centers, which treat millions of people each year, have been urged by activists to ask the sexual orientation and gender identities of their patients and to raise the LGBT+ awareness among the staff. RCGP, in partnership with the Government Equalities Office, launched the online e-suite which is a first-of-its-kind scheme. Consisting of six learning modules, as well as podcasts and screencasts, the hub is designed so that busy GPs can learn in their own time. Modules range from overviews of health inequalities among the LGBT+ community, how primary care can be made more inclusive, navigating mental health and treating elderly queer patients.