GP Trainee Recruitment

General Practice ST1 

 

East of England

Here in the East of England we pride ourselves on the high quality of training that we offer to individual trainees who want to become GPs.

This region of England has all the advantages of city and rural life; it contrasts areas of great

social need and affluence. We have training practices in all these areas offering a variety of

practice styles. 

There is over 300 miles of coastline running from the Thames estuary to the Wash with some famous coastal resorts and ports along its length. The region is steeped in history and has been the seat of many of the British revolutionary thinkers and activists from Boadicea to the present day.

None of our cities are large and all are surrounded by wonderful countryside, we even have

some hills in our southwest corner. The transport links to London and the North are good with access to two international airports.

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.

In addition to your 3 years to General Practice training we offer exciting opportunities to enhance your training and future career.  Global Health Fellowships are challenging and rewarding and include a 12 months OOPE to work in a hospital in rural South Africa. Guaranteed release from your hospital and/or practice to attend annual camps for those in the Army Reserve and Academic Clinical Fellow posts linked to the prestigious Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Make sure you make us your first choice.

 

Please click here for further information on Preparation for GP Specialty Training

Administrative Team

Hilary Foster  -  Recruitment Co-ordinator for GP

Trina Braddick  -  Recruitment Administrator for GP

Applications are made through the National Recruitment website for GP training

Stage 2 Assessment

As it is expected that you will have booked onto the Pearson Vue test centre nearest to your home we will not be paying for travel expenses for you to attend the Stage 2 assessment.

Stage 3 Assessment

Stage 3 assessment claim forms can be found on the Claims and Invoices page.

Please refer to the General Practice Document Checklist which will detail the documents you need to bring to the Selection Assessment Centre.  Please present these in a pack in the order stated on the form.

Selection Centre Information

Venue: TBC

Copies of documents must be brought with you as per the document checklist which is downloadable from the website below, there are no photocopying facilities available to candidates.

Training Programmes (programme allocations)

Details of full programmes/rotations can be found below

​Allocations to each of the programmes/rotations are correct at the time of publication but may be subject to change.

Recruitment Process Timeline for Round 2

Please refer to the National Recruitment Timeline https://gprecruitment.hee.nhs.uk/Recruitment

HEE's Global Health Guidance for Doctors/Trainees Planning to Work Overseas

For more information on Global Health Fellowships and Out of Programme Experiences please see the following websites:

https://heeoe.hee.nhs.uk/gp_trainees_oop

https://gprecruitment.hee.nhs.uk/Recruitment/GHF

HEE has published a informative and helpful guidance document for Doctors planning to work overseas in a Global Health capacity. To access the document please use this link

 

 

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