Amicus Health is proud to be involved in the training of our future doctors as an approved training practice.
GP Registrars are fully qualified doctors with at least three years’ hospital experience. Registrars are here completing their statutory time in general practice under the supervision of a more experienced GP before starting out on their own.
We regularly have medical students attached to the practice as part of their undergraduate training in General Practice. This can involve them observing while you see your doctor or assessing patients prior to being seen by the doctor.
If a medical student is present on the day of your appointment, you will always be asked beforehand if you are happy for them to be there. You may ask for the student to leave if you prefer to have your consultation in private.