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The practice has a long tradition of being involved with training of staff at all levels. We have been a designated GP training practice since the 1970’s. You may be offered a consultation with a GP Registrar, who is a qualified doctor. The Registrar works closely with our approved trainers, Dr Rudolph or Dr Lakhani.

As part of our training we may ask if you would be happy to have your consultation video-taped. This would solely be for training purposes and would not affect the care you receive or your medical confidentiality. Should you object to this, or to being seen in the presence of a trainee, kindly let the reception staff know on arrival. By exercising your rights, your subsequent care will remain unaffected.

As part of our commitment to supporting the training of future doctors, the practice provides training for third and final year, medical students. Patients will be asked if they agree to be seen while a student is in attendance. Refusal will not affect the quality of care that you receive.

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