Training Practices

Teaching Practices 

GPStR’s must be fully registered with the GMC before they start a general practice attachment in order to be eligible to receive a salary. 

Out of Hours (OOH) 

GPStR’s are currently expected to undertake 108 hours of on-call duty during their 18 months in practice. This is usually achieved by working shifts in the local out of hours (OOH) service, under the supervision of an OOH Trainer. 
Practices would usually expect GPStR’s to participate in the practices own “duty doctor” rota, to gain further experience during office hours. 

The trainers and other interested GPs meet regularly to discuss teaching techniques and other topics pertinent to training. GPStR’s in their practice period are sometimes invited to attend these meetings. 

Choosing your Practice 

There are currently 10 training practices in the Gt Yarmouth and Lowestoft area and 3Associate Training Practices. The practices offer a range of experiences and styles, GPStR’s will be guided on making the most appropriate choice of practice for their training needs. 

Study Leave 

GPStR’s get a study leave allowance of 30 days each year (of which the half day release forms part) and are encouraged to use this to their full benefit. 

Teaching within the practices 

This will consist of:

  1. Case analysis and discussion
  2. Tutorials by way of;
    1. Cases selected by either doctor;
    2. Random case analysis;
    3. Analysis of components of daily working e.g. referrals, record keeping, Prescribing habits;
    4. Analysis of performance of trainer and registrar by one doctor sitting in on the surgery sessions of the other on a regular basis.

    Video equipment is available in all the training practices and from the postgraduate centre. These aids are particularly useful for studying the Doctor patient relationship and clinical performance in order to develop 
    skills and confidence in general practice consultations.

  3. Attendance at practice educational and business meetings
  4. Direction to specific problems and patient e.g. Management of chronic disease, problem families, terminal care
  5. Discussing various topics e.g. accounts, practice agreements, practice management, audit etc
  6. Defining specialist needs, e.g. attendance at outpatient clinics, i.e. Dermatology, Ophthalmology, ENT, Venereology etc.
  7. Visits to other people concerned with the care of the community which may include a chemist, social worker, district nurse, health visitor, health authority, Magistrates Court etc.

Bradwell - Falkland Surgery

Falkland Surgery

Trainer: Dr Hannah Innes

Falkland Surgery is located in Bradwell, Great Yarmouth on the east coast of Norfolk. We have 2 full-time and 2 part-time doctors and care for around 7200 patients who live in Gorleston, Bradwell and the surrounding areas. The practice within a mile and half of the James Paget Hospital. 

There are pockets of deprivation within the practice area. We offer virtually the full range of GP services with all GPs carrying out minor surgery, child health surveillance, maternity and contraceptive care. We hit all the higher targets for immunisations and smears and run asthma, COPD and diabetic care programs and coronary heart disease prevention programs. 

The practice achieves high returns on the Quality and Outcomes Framework. The externally assessed markers of patient satisfaction, continuity of care and accessibility are all in the top range of the PCTs performance indicators. We operate a personalised list system. 

Our team is supported by a lead nurse, 3 independent nurse prescribers, 2 health care assistants, practice manager and 9 reception/admin staff. District nurses, diabetic specialist nurse, health visitors, midwife and the wellbeing service are attached to the team. There is a dedicated consulting room for the GP Registrar. In 2015 we will be providing our first placement for a nursing student. 

We use SystmOne and are working towards a paper-light policy for patient records and administration. Our OOH service is covered by IC24. 

The Clinical Management team meet weekly to discuss both management and clinical issues including a monthly Gold Standards Framework (palliative) and multidisciplinary team meeting which includes community nursing and social services. 

All practice staff are committed to delivering a high quality of patient centred care recognising the need for effective teamwork. The presence of and support given to a Trainee are recognised as assets in maintaining the standards we strive to achieve. 

Visit our website: www.falklandsurgery.nhs.uk   
Falkland Surgery, Falkland Way, Bradwell 
Great Yarmouth NR31 8RW 
Tel: 01493 442233 
Email: sara.harvery@nhs.net    

Bradwell - Millwood Surgery

Millwood Surgery

ImageTrainer 
Dr Susheel Bethapudy 
Dr Lisa Jackson 

LOCATION AND PRACTICE

Millwood Surgery is located to the South of Great Yarmouth covering the areas of Bradwell, Gorleston and the area to the South while our branch site looks after the village of Belton and the rural community between. The practice is fully computerised, looks after 10400 patients and works from a 
modern, purpose built building which is easily accessible with plentiful parking. The practice is also equipped with all you might expect with a modern surgery including video facilities, library and a state of the art meeting room.

THE TEAM

Our clinical team consists of 8 doctors, 4 male full time partners with 2 female part-time partners and 2 female salaried GPs. We also have a Nurse Practitioner, Practice Nurses and HCAs who run many clinics for chronic disease and other medical services. Community nursing staff attached to the practice include a community matron, district nurses, health visitors, midwives, health trainer and members of the well being service.

The clinicians are well supported by a full compliment of management and administration staff who help to run the practice professionally and efficiently.

TRAINING

We have two Full Trainers and two Associate Trainers in the practice and we are teaching practice for three cohorts of medical students from the UEA in Norwich. The trainees have a dedicated well-equipped consulting room and all the doctors are committed to support the trainee and make their time with us both enjoyable and educational. 

Please visit our website: 
www.millwoodsurgery.co.uk  
Millwood Surgery, Mill Lane, Bradwell, 
Great Yarmouth NR31 8HS 
Telephone: 01493 661549 Fax: 01493 440187 
Email: david.stock@nhs.net   

Gorleston

Gorleston Medical Centre

ImageGorleston Medical Centre & Hopton Surgery.

Trainers:  
Dr Ardyn Ross  
Dr Sunder Gopaul 

Associate Trainer: 
Dr Ranjeet Verma 

Salaried GP: 
Dr Johanne Adly

We are a practice of over 7600 patients, served by 3 full time partners and one salaried GP. Our main surgery, which is located in Gorleston near the James Paget University Hospital, is a bright and modern purpose built Health Centre known as the Shrublands Health Centre. This is also home to East Coast Health Community Services which consists of District Nursing Team, Out of Hospital Team, Physiotherapists, incontinence nurses, Speech and Language and Podiatry. We also have the Swift Night Owls on site together with Social Services. This enables us to provide fully integrated care for our patients with regular MDT meetings. Our branch surgery is also a purpose built Health Centre situated in the holiday village of Hopton-on-Sea approximately 3 miles from our main surgery. Both surgeries have ample parking available. 

We have a range of administrative, nursing and attached staff as part of our team. We also host a Wellbeing mental health practitioner, Midwives, Drug and Alcohol Misuse Worker, Diabetic Nurse Specialist, health trainer and Carer Support Worker who all hold clinics at our main surgery. Several of the partners also have other clinical interests including mental health, minor surgery, diabetes care, and women and children’s health. We undertake child health surveillance and have regular clinics for asthma, diabetes and hypertension. Our equipment includes ECGs, Spirometers and Doppler’s at both surgeries. Cryotherapy facilities are available for minor operations and we also hold minor operations clinics. The practice uses the SystmOne computer system and we are aiming for a paper light policy for patient’s records and administration. We are a GMS Site and are currently developing extended roles for our HCA and a Nurse led patient triage service. We are involved in a range of activities with the local GP community contributing to prescribing initiatives and clinical leads meetings. Two of the partners are QOF Assessors and GP Appraisers. One partner is the Mental Health clinical lead for the CCG Lead and Substance Misuse Shared Care GP. Another partner is a Palliative Care Clinical Lead. We are represented on the Prescribing and Clinical Governance Committees for the CCG. 

We have a strong culture of education and training. We teach women’s health, paediatrics and mental health to 4th year Medical Students from the UEA. In addition we host the students for medical audit running an annual competition with prizes. We train foundation year 2 doctors in addition to GP registrars. We also facilitate work experience for the local sixth form college, train reception apprentices and run sessions at the local high school. Two of the partners are Honorary Senior lecturers at the UEA.

In the summer we treat a number of temporary residents (TRs) in our Hopton surgery since we are located close to Holiday Camps. 

We are a happy, friendly surgery, and love to socialise together with regular evenings out for all staff.  Everyone is made very welcome at Gorleston/Hopton Medical Centre’s.

At the end of our training we always seek feedback from our trainees. Our average score is 9.5/10

Here are some of the comments from recent Registrars and F2 Trainees- taken from the Feedback forms given at the end of their Training.

•    I have had a very enjoyable four months (Score of 10/10). F2 Doctor

Which type of the following teaching did you enjoy?  Please comment accordingly 
Tutorials –   YES, HELPED BRIDGE GAPS IN MY KNOWLEDGE. 
Case discussions and Debriefing –.YES .I CAN ALWAYS IMPROVE 
General discussions-  YES FANTASTIC SUPPORT 
Score 10/10

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•    Everyone has been very helpful and friendly would definitely come back (Score 9/10) 

Tutorials – Useful to go over relevant NICE guidance and revise over relevant investigations and management 
Case discussions – Very helpful to get CEX and allow you to discuss more complex patients in detail 
Debriefing –.Useful to understand learning points 
General discussions- Clinicians were always approachable and supportive, asking any questions even when busy 

•    Thank you very much. I have really enjoyed my time at GMC. I felt welcomed and a part of the team.  (Score9/10) Registrar

One of our recent evenings out is to the left. We look forward to welcoming you as part of our team. Why not visit our website at www.gorlestonandhoptonsurgery.co.uk  

Great Yarmouth - Newtown Surgery

Trainers:     
Dr Tony Allan                               
Dr Liam Stevens                              
Dr L Santori (Associate Trainer)

Newtown Surgery prides itself on its standard of educational provision. In addition to the training of registrars we teach 2 years of medical students. We are a practice of over 12000 patients, served by 4 full time and 4 part time partners, with one assistant.  

Our main surgery is a converted and modernised house on the north side of Great Yarmouth and our branch surgery is part of a purpose built Health Centre in Caister.   We have 2 nurse practitioners in addition to the usual range of administrative, nursing and attached staff plus a counsellor.  Several of the partners also have other clinical interests including diabetes care, COPD/Asthma, Allergies and Mental Health. 

We undertake child health surveillance and have regular clinics for Asthma, Diabetes, Hypertension and Heart Failure. Our equipment includes ECGs, Spirometers and Dopplers at both surgeries. A Hyfrecator and Cryotherapy facilities are available for minor operations. We are responsible for providing GP cover at the local community hospital. The practice is a PMS practice which uses the EMIS computer system and is working towards a paperlight policy for patient records and administration.

We are actively involved in practice based commissioning, being a member of the Great Yarmouth Consortium.   In addition to the above one partner is also a member of Norfolk LMC plus we are represented on the Prescribing and Clinical Governance Committees of the PCT. 

Great Yarmouth - The Park Surgery

Trainers: 
Dr Paul Noakes 
Dr David Ekbery 
Dr Philip Moxon (Programme Director) 

This is a practice with 6 WTE partners and a patient base of 10,600. All the partners participate in training. We are fully computerised, and have the usual ancillary services attached to the practice. 

We provide all the necessary training and feedback to enable the Registrar to successfully complete all aspects of the workplace based assessment element of the MRCGP. All GPStR’s will be supported through the MRCGP examination. Full use of videos is made to teach consultation skills as well as directly observed consultations. Weekly educational meetings are held on Friday lunchtimes with lunch provided 

We are also a training practice for the UEA Medical School in Norwich. Out of hours is now provided by IC24 locally and you will be able to book training sessions directly with them. Our aim is to provide high quality and supportive teaching tailored to the registrar’s individual needs within a relaxed atmosphere. 

All the partners have interests outside medicine which include sailing, birdwatching, running and music and there is a good working knowledge of Broadland inns. 

Please visit our Practice website.

Great Yarmouth - South Quay Surgery

Associate Trainer: Dr Sunita Nagpal

South Quay Surgery is located in Great Yarmouth, a busy seaside town. We have a patient list size of around 5,500. We are in a deprived area so we have a diverse range of patients including those whose first language is not English. We have a Portuguese interpreter in the surgery for two mornings each week.

There are three partners Dr Sunita Nagpal, Dr Suman Nagpal and Dr Sunil Kumar. There are four practice nurses and two healthcare assistants. We also have a full compliment of ancillary staff that supports the efficient running of the practice. Attached staff includes Mental Health Linkworker, IAPT, CBT, Midwives, District Nurses, TADS – drug shared care worker, Health Trainer, Health Visitors and Smoking Advisors.

We are a GMS practice and use the EMIS clinical system. We are actively involved with commissioning; the practice manager is on the board of Health East CIC.

Services provided include minor surgery, maternity, extended hours, drug shared care, mental health, contraceptive services, child surveillance, chronic diseases, insulin conversion etc.

All the doctors are fully committed to provide training to meet the trainees individual needs.

South Quay Surgery, 35-36 South Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 2RG.

Telephone 01493 843196 
Fax 01493 331835 
Email sarah-jane.smith@nhs.net Practice Manager

Great Yarmouth - Nelson Medical Practice

ImageTrainer: Dr Tajammal Mirza

The Nelson Medical Practice is part of East Coast Community Healthcare CIC. 

We are a staff owned social enterprise organisation with over 900 staff providing a full range of community based health care services across the local area. Our aim is to provide high quality services in new and exciting ways to improve the health and well-being of our community. 

The Nelson Medical Practice is staffed by a team of 5 Salaried GPs, a 3-strong nurse and HCA team, who also work a range of part-time to full-time hours running our many clinics for our chronic disease and other medical services. We have an efficient and supportive administrative team; we are committed to delivering high quality patient-focused care in General Practice. 

The practice is fully computerised using Systm One clinical system, we have 6150 patients registered to the practice and we are a Paperless Practice. 

Our purpose built practice is easily accessible with spacious surroundings, we are an energy efficient building which includes a minor operation room, meeting room and shared facilities which are used by nurses working within the community. The practice is light, bright with a vibrant welcoming reception area. 

The community teams are also based at The Nelson Medical Practice carrying out District Nurse clinics, CFS/ME, incontinence clinics, along with the community matron, midwives and health trainers. 

We are also the Out Of Hours base for Intergrated Care 24. 

The Nelson Medical Practice is also a teaching practice for students from the UEA in Norwich. Our trainees have a designated, fully equipped consulting room. We aim to provide a supportive teaching approach within a friendly practice. 

Please visit our website: - www.thenelsonmedicalpractice.nhs.uk 

The Nelson Medical Practice 
Pasteur Road 
Great Yarmouth 
Norfolk 
NR31 0DW 
Telephone: 01493 419600

Kessingland

Trainers: 
Dr David Johnston 

This is a rural practice with four Partners (dispensing to approximately 33% of its patients) covering two hundred square miles of north east Suffolk. The main surgery is at Kessingland, where the four Partners are based and where most of the Registrar’s time is spent.

The Partners also work at the branch surgeries in Wangford and Wrentham. We have three surgeries, one is purpose built and two are converted.

Our current list size is just over 6500 patients and we use the EMIS Web Clinical Software System. All of the Partners operate a personal list system. They cover each other on days off and holidays using the “buddy system”.

All the Partners take a share in the training but most of the training undertaken is covered By Dr Johnston.

The Clinicians are well supported by a full compliment of Management and Administration staff who help to run the Practice professionally and efficiently.

The Partners’ clinical interests include minor surgery, geriatrics, womens’ health and child welfare. Non clinical interests include sailing, diving, tennis and carpentry.

For more information about the Practice please visit our website: www.longshoresurgeries.co.uk

Lowestoft - Alexandra & Crestview Surgeries

ImageTrainer: Dr Rav Lall

With 4 GP Partners and three salaried GPs, we are a PMS practice of c. 15,000 patients in the north of Lowestoft. We have two sites, one at Alexandra Road, where our premises include a Well pharmacy, and a second site at Crestview Drive which has a large training and meeting room. We use the EMIS Web computer system. 

Currently we have one trainer Dr Rav Lall. And fellow Partner Dr Stephen Domek has recently started the process of becoming an associate trainer. Training is seen as a practice-wide team approach and all Partners and other clinicians are involved. We also teach 2nd, 4th and 5th year UEA medical students. Out of hours training is provided by IC24 locally and you will be able to book training sessions directly with them. 

Our team is supported by 2 nurse practitioners, 1 advanced nurse prescriber, 3 practice nurses, 1 health care assistant, practice manager and 30 reception/admin staff. District nurses, community matrons, midwives, health visitors, smoking cessation advisers and health trainers are attached to the team and most hold weekly clinics at the practice. The Partnership has a weekly management meeting and all GPs meet during the week to discuss clinical issues, Registrars attend both meetings. 

Chronic disease is nurse led. Most of the same day ‘urgent’ cases are seen by nurse practitioners. We provide child health surveillance and minor surgery. As you would expect we are represented at Health East Clinical Commissioning Group meetings, clinical leads and prescribing leads meetings. 

The personal interests of the GPs include sailing, skiing, fencing (the type with swords!), DIY and documentary watching. As a practice we like to socialise together when opportunities arise and the Partners host at least two practice events annually to which staff’s partners are invited. 

If you have any queries prior to making a decision about whether or not to choose the practice for your training please do not hesitate to contact practice manager Michelle Kears michelle.kears@nhs.net or Dr Rav Lall rav.lall@nhs.net. Our practice website ishttp://www.alexandracrestviewsurgeries.co.uk   

Lowestoft - Andaman Surgery Training Practice

Trainer: Dr Susan Lock

Andaman Surgery has 2 full%u2010time and 2 part%u2010time Partners, we have a list size of approximately 6,500 patients who live in Lowestoft & the surrounding areas. The practice is located on the outskirts (South of the river) of Lowestoft and allows easy access from the A12 from Ipswich or A146 from Norwich.

There are pockets of deprivation within the practice area. We offer the full range of GP services with all partners carrying out minor surgery, child health surveillance, maternity and contraceptive care. We consistently achieve higher targets for immunisations and smears and our Practice Nurses offer Long-Term Condition care and review appointments as well as travel advice and hormone injections.

The practice achieves high returns on the Quality and Outcomes Framework. We operate a personalised list system.

Our team is supported by 2 Nurse Practitioners, 2 Practice Nurses, 1 health care assistant, Practice Manager & Deputy Practice Manager and 10 reception/admin staff. District nurses, health visitors, midwife, AAA screening and Health Trainers are attached to the team. There is a dedicated consulting room for the GP Registrar.

We use EMIS Web and are working towards a paper-light policy for patient records and administration. Our OOH service is covered by IC24.

Partners meet weekly to discuss both management and clinical issues and bi-weekly for educational meetings.

All practice staff are committed to delivering a high quality of patient centred care recognising the need for effective teamwork.

Teaching within the practice will consist of:

  • Case analysis and discussion;
  • Tutorials by way of:-
    • Cases selected by either doctor;
    • Random case analysis;
    • Analysis of components of daily working e.g. referrals, record keeping, Prescribing habits;
    • care planning;
    • Analysis of performance of trainer and registrar by one doctor sitting in on the surgery sessions of the other on a regular basis
  • Attendance at practice educational and business meetings
  • Direction to specific problems and patient e.g. Management of chronic disease, problem families, terminal care
  • Discussing various topics e.g. accounts, practice agreements, practice management, clinical audit etc. 
  • Defining specialist needs, e.g. attendance at outpatient clinics, i.e. Dermatology, Ophthalmology etc.

Visit our website: www.andamansurgery.nhs.uk

Andaman Surgery, 303 Long Road, Lowestoft Suffolk

Tel: 01502 517346

Email: Practice Manager Leverne.rose@nhs.net

Lowestoft - Rosedale Surgery, Carlton Coleville

ImageTrainer: Martin Vallis 

Trainer: Ben Olaleye 

The Practice is situated on the outskirts of Lowestoft and Oulton Broad in Suffolk. Lowestoft is predominantly a seaside holiday town and retirement area; Oulton Broad is known as the gateway to the Broads and is an area of outstanding natural beauty. 

The surgery is easily accessible being situated on the outskirts of the towns in an area of suburban housing. The surgery is purpose built modern surgery which has plentiful parking, 12000 plus patients and all registrars have dedicated consulting rooms. The practice scored good in all areas for CQC with no improvement recommendations. 
There are 8 partners working a variety of numbers of sessions. Registrars and patients benefit from the partners additional interests and experience in ENT, family planning, paediatrics, enhanced minor surgery, emergency medicine and training of local medical undergraduates (UEA). The practice has a good working relationship with the CCG and LMC with partners having posts in both. 

We have 3 trainers and all partners and team are committed to and enjoy training, providing an active and supportive role to all registrars through the requirements of the nMRCGP. We have an ethos of fair working with the partners and registrars sharing work equally and providing support to each other. 

There is an experienced team of clinical staff including Paramedic, Nurse Practitioner, General Nurses and Health Care Assistants. Attached staff such as Health Visitors, Midwives, Mental Health Link Workers, Smoking Cessation Providers and Health Trainers all provide services at the surgery. 

The management and administration team is very experienced and will ensure that all registrars are welcomed and will be included in our close team. The administration team aims to ensure that the GP’s can concentrate on patients whilst ensuring that the surgery meets every possible target in the most efficient and clinically non-invasive way. The whole surgery is forward thinking, open to new ideas and supportive of change. The surgery is EMIS Web, EPS, Online Access & Test Results and paperlight with many repetitive clinical tasks being automated. 

The surgery has a central office where clinicians meet informally throughout the day. On Wednesday, formal meetings are held; both clinical (including clinical governance issues, speakers, significant events and palliative care meetings) and business, and registrars are included in both. All decisions are reached in a democratic manner with each doctor overseeing certain areas that are of interest to them and sharing workload equitably. Registrars are able to benefit from the wealth and diversity of our experience, the informal atmosphere and the accessibility and support of all members of the team. 

http://www.rosedalesurgery.co.uk 

Lowestoft - Victoria Road Surgery

Trainer: Dr Alexander (Sandy) Anderson 
Associate Trainers: Dr Jenny Morrison, Dr Yvette Stipp, Sister Sam Mann and Sister Penny Atkinson.

The Practice has four full time Partners and a part time salaried GP and is housed in modern well-equipped premises within a few hundred yards of Oulton Broad. We have friendly staff, personal lists, a compact practice area and access to GP Beds. Our professional interests include whole person/whole family medicine, vocational training, dermatology, minor surgery, family planning, psychiatry and paediatrics.

Our current list size is just under 10,000 patients and we use the EMIS Web clinical software system.

In addition to the GP establishment the Practice employs three Nurse Practitioners (two of whom are associate GP Trainers), three Practice Nurses, and two Health Care Assistants. Community based staff including District Nurses, Health Visitors, Midwifes and Health Trainers provide services at the surgery to support our clinical team.

We have an experienced managerial team led by our Practice Manager and ably supported by a Project Manager and the department section heads to attend to all administration matters.

The GPs meet regularly each week often with the Practice Manager and topics for discussion are usually focussed on educational matters. There is a formal business meeting held each month.

All GPs and our two Nurse practitioner associate trainers take part in training. The practice also host undergraduate students from Cambridge University for training from time to time in addition to GP Registrars.

The GPs' personal interests include cycling, skiing, travelling, hockey, music and reading.

Our website address is www.victoriaroadsurgery.nhs.uk.

Southwold - Sole Bay Health Centre

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Associate Trainers: Dr Christopher Castle, Dr John Stammers & Dr Marga Niemeijer

Information 
We are a GMS, dispensing practice located in the picturesque coastal town of Southwold and Reydon. This rural practice has an area of approximately 200 square miles with 5200 patients. We have three GP partners, one salaried GP and one Nurse Practitioner Partner. Supporting them are a nurse practitioner, four practice nurses, a HCA and an experienced team of administrators/receptionists. The GP’s operate a personal list system, with pre-bookable and urgent/same day appointments.

We have recently moved in to large, purpose built premises in Reydon which offer exceptional facilities for patients and for teaching.

The practice has a very strong team ethos and a holistic view to medical practice. We have strong working links with local health organisations, such as NHS Gt Yarmouth Waveney CCG (Dr Stammers is their current Chairman) and East Coast Community Health.

Branch Surgeries 
Branch Surgeries are held at Wenhaston Village Hall and Walberswick Village Hall.

Services Provided 
In addition to the full range of GP services, we also offer: 
Maternity medical services; 
Antenatal Clinics; 
Contraceptive services; 
Health Checks; 
Child Health Surveillance services; 
Minor Surgery services; 
Travel Advice; 
Smoking Cessation; 
Chronic Disease Management for: COPD, Asthma, Diabetes, Coronary Heart Disease, Hypertension.

On-line Services - Patients registered for SystmOnline can use the service to book appointments, send repeat medication requests, complete questionnaires and view their Summary Information (Medications, Allergies and Sensitivities).

Medical Students and Newly Qualified Doctors 
One of the great benefits of our new premises was the opportunity to expand our teaching capacity. We will be teaching Medical Students from UEA and Cambridge. We are approved to train foundation doctors as well as speciality GP trainees.

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