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Please note the Practice will be shut for training on Tuesday 4th June 2019 from 12:30 pm and will re-open as usual on Wednesday 5th June 2019 at 08:30.

Easter 2019 - The Practice will be shut from 6.30 pm on Thursday 18th April and will re-open on Tuesday 23rd April @ 8.30 am - Please call NHS 111 whilst we are closed for advice - Please click here for pharmacy opening times.

Change to service: As from 1st April 2019 the phlebotomist will be not be attending the surgery on a Thursday. However the number of appointments available on a Tuesday and Wednesday will be increased to provide the same number of appointments overall.

GP Training

We are a recognised GP Training Practice. Dr Anthony, Dr Radhakrishnan, Dr Smalley and Dr Aneja are approved trainers. They are responsible for overseeing the final stage of training that completes the GP Registrar's training.

The doctors in training who come to the practice are fully qualified with at least three years hospital experience. This means that the standards of medical practice within the surgery are maintained at a high level with regular assessments of the trainees and the Practice by the Eastern of England Deanery.

Training offers significant benefits to the doctors, staff and patients of the surgery. For the doctors and staff there is the regular influx of young doctors with fresh ideas and renewed enthusiasm for medicine. For the patients the presence of additional doctors who are completing their GP training offers easier access to appointments.

An essential component of training in all medical practice is the use of video and joint consultations. We hope that all our patients will be willing to take part in these educational surgeries to help us all in improving and maintaining our medical and consultation skills. All video recordings are strictly confidential and are used for teaching only.

 
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