GP Registrars/ Medical Students
The surgery is a training practice, which means that sometimes we will have doctors working with us who will be future GPs. These doctors are very well qualified and are often highly experienced. These doctors are known as GP Registrars and we have them with us during their three years of speciality medical education and training.
In addition, from time to time, undergraduate medical students are seconded to the surgery. They usually sit in with the Doctors during consultations but the patient is not obliged to consent to a student being present.
For further information about the practice as a training practice please go to: