Urology training in the East of England Deanery:
The East of England urology deanery training consists of a 5 year programme involving rotations in hospitals throughout the East of England region. Althought it is a fairly large geographical area there are numerous advantages that make this a great deanery to train in. The deanery is able to attract trainees based in North London as well as various parts of Essex, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk, and the large number of hospitals provide a great mix of District General experience and Tertiary Centre specialist services.
Below is a map of the various hospitals in our region, trainees would normally be expected to undertake 12 monthly rotations changing hospital every year thus maximising exposure to various departments and enriching training. To get a better understanding of the various departments please see the links below which offer a description of the team and services offered in each trust.
Addenbrooke's Hospital (Cambridge)
King's Lynn Hospital
Lister Hospital (Stevenage)
Luton and Dunstable Hospital
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
Queen Elizabeth Hospital (King's Lynn)
Watford General Hospital
West Suffolk Hospital (Bury St Edmunds)