Doctors in training
We have been a training practice since 2003 and we also supervise Foundation Year doctors (FY2).
FY2s are recently qualified doctors who come to general practice to gain GP experience before deciding which specialist training program to enter. GP Registrars are qualified doctors who are on a three year specialist training program now required to become a GP. GP Registrars are assessed by an experienced GP educator analysing their consulting skills using video recording of real consultations.
You may therefore be asked to give consent for your consultation to be recorded for teaching purposes.
We teach and support medical students who are training to be doctors. There may be a medical student in with the doctor you have made an appointment to see. Our staff will make you aware of this and ask your permission before entering the consultation room.