Results of the 2012 Londonwide LMCs elections revealed on Wednesday show that 38 of the 127 GPs elected to represent London's 38 LMCs were women.
A total of 33% of candidates in the election were female.
Londonwide LMCs could not say at this stage what proportion of all LMC representatives in London are now women - not all LMCs in London had posts open for re-election.
GPC sessional subcommittee chairwoman Dr Vicky Weeks was elected as a committee member for Heston and Isleworth LMC. She said she was pleased to see such a high proportion of women voted onto the LMCs’ committees.
‘I think it's probably a reflection of the push Londonwide LMCs have made in trying to diversify and increase involvement across all GPs,’ she said.
GP magazine originally reported that 70% of successful candidates in the London LMCs election were women, but the figures had been miscalculated by Londonwide LMCs.
A total of 37% of LMC members in London are women.