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Thursday 18th October 2018 come and meet the Occupational Therapists…

So what do Occupational Therapist do?

Occupational Therapists help people to live life their way. When physical or mental illness, or the effects of ageing stop you doing some activities – whether it’s getting washed or going back to work, or doing the fun things such as socialising – this affects your health and wellbeing. We can work with you to find different ways of carrying out activities to help you live life your way and we will be bringing some of our small equipment to your surgery in the morning to show you how. Drop in and say hello and find out about our service.

Attached Staff

GP Registrar Training

The Surgery became a training practice in August 2010. Training practices have a GP Registrar in the practice as part of their specialist training in General Practice.

 If you are given an appointment with our registrar you will be notified that this is the case.



4th and 5th Year - Medical Student Training

In 2007 the practice accepted 4th and 5th year medical students from Brighton Medical School as well as the London Medical Schools of Guys, St. Thomas's, St. Barts and the Imperial College.

When medical students are in the surgery, either shadowing one of our doctors or nurses or undertaking their own consultations, you will be notified by the receptionists when making the appointment and reminded when you come to the surgery for your appointment. Medical students when undertaking a shadowing role, require your consent for them to be in the consulting room. If you do not wish the student to be present, you can request that they be asked to leave. On other occasions the medical students will actually conduct the consultation, but the GP tutor will always oversee this. Your consent is required for the student to undertake consultations, but bear in mind your GP will also be involved. As you are partaking in the student’s training the appointment will be slightly longer to allow for the tutorial aspects.

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