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All patients at Ladybarn Group Practice have a named GP who has overall responsibility for their care. If you would like to find out which GP this is, or to request a specific GP, please contact the surgery on 0161 448 4500.

GP Training

steth.jpgWe train qualified doctors to be General Practitioners.These Registrars/Doctors have passed their medical exams and are registered with the General Medical Council as Doctors. They will have worked for a minimum of two years in hospital. Doctors undertake three years speciality training in order to qualify as a General Practioner. In specialty training year one or two, they will spend six months in general Practice. They will spend the whole of their ST3 year working in a general Practice such as Ladybarn. 

During the training for general Practice, they have to undertake various exams including analysis of video surgeries.

We have two Trainee GPs with us at present

ST3 Dr Thomas Cormack- Trainer: Dr Clare Murray-Brown. With us until August 2017

ST2 Dr Thomas McCaffrey- Trainer: Dr Hoosen. With us until September 2017


If you have any further queries about medical training at the practice, please contact our Practice Manager, Mr Kurtis Starkie

F2 Doctors

Medical training changed from August 2006. All doctors are to have at least 4 months experience of working in General Practice. We will have three F2 Junior Doctors each year who will spend four months at Ladybarn Group Practice. Their educational supervisor is Dr Adams-Strump. They are supervised in surgery by the Practice Partners.

Dr Roxanna Caruana is our new F2 doctor and will be with us for four months from February 2017

Medical Students

We have medical students who are studying to become Doctors working with us on Mondays. They are under the supervision of Dr Adams-Strump and the other Partners.



 
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