The Yellow Wing is now a training practice.
Dr Fleming and Dr Tennick are both qualified trainers. You are likely to meet our young GPs as they pass through and we hope you will enjoy helping them as they help you. They are all fully qualified doctors who need to develop their experience within General Practice. We have also been involved with training medical students over the years.
GPs used to train by old fashioned apprenticeship. We still do, but it is now a lengthy and prescriptive process. After completing foundation training, GP trainees start specialist training and rotate through hospital and GP placements, typically over 3 years, to gain sufficient experience and expertise to become independent GPs. Trainees are supervised throughout and have to complete a detailed log of their experiences and skills. They must be observed directly, submit video evidence and complete practical and written exams to succeed. You also have a say – they have to undertake a patient satisfaction questionnaire.
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Dr Ching Toh became part of the team in Feb 2018 and will leave to continue her hospital training at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in July. We expect to see her back at The Yellow Wing in Aug 2019 for her final training year in General Practice.
Dr Emily Pringle joined us from February until August 2016. She returned to us from hospital in August and will remain with us until her GP training is complete at the end of July.
Dr Harriet Rushworth was our first trainee from February to August 2015. She returned to us after her interim hospital posts from August 2016 to 2017 and is now a fully accredited GP. We wish her well with her locum position locally!
The GP Trainee journey:
MEDICAL SCHOOL 5 years
Provisional registration with GMC
BASIC TRAINING (or FOUNDATION PROGRAMME)
Foundation Year 1 (‘FY1’)
Foundation Year 2 (‘FY2’)
Full registration with GMC
SPECIALIST GP TRAINING (‘ST1’ to ‘ST3’)
‘AKT’ applied knowledge test (written paper)
‘CSA’ clinical skills assessment (clinical exam with simulated patients and scenarios)
We are proud of how we’re made!