Medical Education at St Johns

Last updated on November 30th, 2010 - 16:43:01 by St Johns Medical Centre
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The education of future Doctors and GPs is enormously important to all of the staff and Doctors here at St Johns. Dr Sangha organises our teaching of Undergraduate Medical students from Manchester University. Dr Lord, who is a GP Trainer and Educational Supervisor for Doctors Training to be GPs, co-ordinates the GP Registrar attachments.

GP Registrars are fully qualified Doctors attached to St Johns for the last 12 months of their GP training. The involvement of patients in teaching and training for these future Doctors and future GPs is greatly appreciated. You will be delighted to hear that the selection process to be accepted as a training practice is vigorous and considered as a kite mark of quality practice.

The Doctors at the practice also attend their own personal medical ongoing education. Each Doctor at St Johns is fully registered with the General Medical Council and undergoes annual independent appraisal of their work to allow them to continue working as a GP.