Each is a four month placement, and with a final rotation of general practice, every trainee has the same rotations at Epsom.
The programme consists of a variety of placements in the hospital and in community settings such as:
Hospital placements at Epsom Hospital:
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Medicine- including Geriatrics and Gastroenterology (currently under review and may change)
Other posts include:
Psychiatry- may also be based in the community
Our Psychiatry posts are based with the Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. This gives you an opportunity to diversify your experiences across a wider range of service providers.
ITP CCG- split between GP and Surrey CCG
GP ST1, ST2 and ST3
Less than Full Time
Applications for Less than Full time training are submitted to the deanery via the portal. The applications MUST be made giving a minimum of 16 weeks notice. Otherwise the deanery will reject them.
You must not start working at a lower percentage without consulting the deanery and the Programme Coordinator.
After you receive your approval from the deanery please forward this to the Programme Coordinator and you must notify HR of the change otherwise your pay will be affected.
Link to the LTFT application:
The trainee applicant guide and FAQs for trainees are also available via the trainee section of the portal as well:
Please note that trainees are no longer required to complete paper copies of the LTFT forms or get the signatures from the trust.
Integrated training posts are based in General Practice but with half of the time spent in a hospital specialism or other area associated with health care. Below are the ITP posts that our programme currently offers:
Clinical Commissioning Group
General Practice Placements
There are currently 14 training practices with a varying number of trainers per practice. Once a trainee has their rotation confirmed, an Educational Supervisor is assigned to them who will remain so throughout their GP training.
All practices are different and vary in the demographics of the population, employment, deprivation and the ranges of life expectancy. The majority of our practices are town-based however some are semi-rural.
Many practices are purpose built health centres, but a few old converted buildings remain.
The culture and philosophy of each practice will be fundamentally different. Practices will have patient participation groups which range from highly active and involved teams to virtual groups.
Please see below for practice websites
Ashlea Medical Practice - Gilbert House
Ashley Centre Surgery
Derby Medical Centre
Fairfield Medical Centre
Glenlyn Medical Centre
Heathcote Medical Centre
Integrated Care Partnership
Medwyn Surgery - PM
Oxshott Medical Centre
Tadworth Medical Centre
Tattenham Health Centre