Medwyn Surgery is an accredited NHS training practice for undergraduate medical students and postgraduate doctors (Specialist Training GP Registrars).
GP registrars are fully qualified doctors who have completed hospital training and wish to pursue a career in general practice. They spend up to twelve months at Medwyn to improve their consulting skills and widen their experience in primary healthcare. The GP registrars hold daily surgeries like the other doctors at the practice and are mentored by a GP trainer. Dr Chris Monella, Dr Stewart Tomlinson and Dr Raj Sekhon are all approved trainers for the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Postgraduate Deanery.
Occasionally, medical students from St George's Hospital in London will be attached to Medwyn Surgery. During their time at the practice they will observe consultations with the doctor or nurse. This is an essential part of training the next generation of doctors who could be responsible for your future care. Reception staff will always ask if you agree to a medical student oberving your consultation. If you would prefer not to have a student present during your consultation please let us know.
Information for doctors
Medwyn Surgery has been a training practice for the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Deanery since 2001. Dr Chris Monella is responsible for doctors training on Epsom VTS scheme and Dr Stewart Tomlinson and Dr Raj Sekhon are responsible for doctors training on the East Surrey VTS Scheme. Further information about both vocational training schemes is shown below:
If you wish to consider becoming a registrar at Medwyn Surgery why not view our training profile. Please feel free to contact any of our trainers to discuss your training at Medwyn on 01306 883816.
Other useful website resources for GP training include:
Kent Surrey and Sussex Deanery
Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board
Royal College of General Practitioners
National Institute of Clinical Excellence
Department of Health
Date updated: 15/07/2016