Welcome to the East of England School of General Practice
Interested in GP Training? Have a question? Want to meet our trainees, arrange a taster week or observe a teaching session? please contact us
Supporting you to become the GP you want to be......
Here in the East we want to support you on your way in your GP career:
Friendly local training in our 18 local training programmes across the Eastern Region
Support for your learning and exam preparation in our fully funded regional courses
Funded study leave to support you to develop the knowledge and skills you will need as a GP
Flexibility to train part-time or take time out of your programme should your circumstances require
Supportive reintroduction back into work after a break from training
Opportunity to become an academic GP in a centres of excellence in Cambridge or Norwich
The chance to undertake a year out of programme in South Africa with our global health fellowship
Quality of life in the wonderful East of England
Boasting the natural beauty of Norfolk's Broads and Suffolk's beaches, the historic colleges of Cambridge, charming villages and multicultural towns, the region has something for everybody.
We have the best climate in England, great schools, affordable house prices and easy transport links to London - and beyond.
The region is a great place to learn - and to live - our work life balance is second to none.
GP training in the East
You will spend 3 years (full-time equivalent) on one of our 18 training programmes - usually 18 months in hospital posts and 18 months working in General Practices based in the locality your training hospital
In the East of England we believe individual people are important; we try to ensure your learning journey from trainee to GP is a great experience. We combine innovation with consistently high standards for the delivery of education. We are sure that you will feel at home on one of the many programmes that we have to offer. Out ultimate aim is to persuade you to stay and join our GP community.
How to apply
GP Recruitment is run via the National Recruitment Office.
Learn more on our local recruitment page.