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Health Education England working across the East Midlands

DID YOU KNOW... every trainee who is accepted on the programme in this region, is offered 24 months experience in general practice? As the rest of the programme is made up of 3 different specialities, you'll receive a comprehensive and wide-ranging educational package of training. But this is only one of the many reasons why you should consider moving here.

The East Midlands is a fantastic place to train, work and live and has everything from vibrant multicultural cities to rolling English countryside. Each programme offers the chance to work in integrated, forward looking primary care services. Our high training standards enable you to develop an understanding of the role of the GP as an important member of the local community.

Excellent family friendly facilities, including top class schools, reasonable house prices and good transport links make this the ideal place to develop your primary care career.

 

 

There are excellent sporting and leisure facilities including Leicester City Football, Premiership Rugby at Northampton and Leicester, the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham and National Space Centre in Leicester. In you prefer, there are walking and climbing opportunities in the Peak District, or the chance for a more leisurely stroll along a beach in Lincolnshire.

We have a number of exciting opportunities for trainees in the East Midlands – you can apply for an academic clinical fellowship to develop additional expertise in teaching and research. We also offer training placements in ST2 that can help you gain expertise in leadership, innovation, or a specific clinical area. Or if working overseas appeals, we offer 12 months between ST2 and ST3 in a resource poor rural South African or Ugandan community as part of a four-year global health and GP training programme. Post training, all our trainees have the chance to complete a post-CCT fellowship. These fellowships offer the chance to develop a specialist interest alongside additional support such as mentoring to help get your GP career off to a flying start.

Please look at the information provided on our website, feel free to contact the programme managers or a member of the recruitment team for further details.

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Programme & Employment Information

Specialty & Level (Type of Work) General Practice ST1
Targeted GP Training (TGPT)
Recruitment Round
Round 1, August 2021
Type of Recruitment National
Qualifications & Professional Registration Required See GP ST1 Person Specification 2021
See TGPT Person Specification
Anticipated Number of Vacancies View current round information on Recruitment page
Anticipated Start Date View current round information on Recruitment page
2020 Competition Ratios
Contact Us medicalrecruitment.em@hee.nhs.uk
Application Process See Applicant Guidance
Eligibility Criteria Please read the immigration statement in the 2021 Medical Specialty Training Applicant Handbook which will apply to doctors considering entry to programmes starting from August 2020. Please refer to the person specification for other eligibility criteria.
Online Recruitment Portal Oriel
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Advert appears View current round information on Recruitment page
Apply from View current round information on Recruitment page
Closing Date View current round information on Recruitment page
Multi-Specialty Recruitment Assessment View current round information on Recruitment page
Invitations to Selection Centre expected N/A
Selection Centre Date N/A
Selection Centre Location N/A
What to bring to Selection Centre N/A
Travel Expense Claim Forms N/A
Offers from View current round information on Recruitment page
Programme Details Visit the HEE East Midlands website
Role Description Visit the HEE East Midlands website
Training Locations (& link to map) Visit the HEE East Midlands website
Anticipated Duration of Programme ST1: 3 years
TGPT: 18 months (at ST3)
Anticipated Outcome of Programme (subject to satisfactory progression) Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) or,
Certificate of Eligibility for General Practice Registration (CEGPR)
Expected Rotation Information (+ exceptions) 3 x 4 months rotations per year
Sample Rotation GPST1 - 8 months Hospital Trust, 4 months General Practice
GPST2 - 8 months Hospital Trust, 4 months General Practice
GPST3 – 12 months General Practice
GMC Trainees/Trainers Survey link National Training Survey
Employer Lead Employer – St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospital NHS Trust
Salary Scale / Basic Pay NHS Employers' Pay Circular
National Terms & Conditions
Travel and relocation expenses policy Speak to employer
Other Policies & Guidance Lead employer or practice/Trust employed at