You will be registered with a named GP but you can consult any member of the team and choose any GP to be your regular doctor. Although the GPs work closely as a team, they can tailor care to your particular needs when they know more about you personally. This is particularly important if you have ongoing issues – make sure you ask the receptionist to book you with the same GP.

What is a GP?

A GP (general practitioner) is a fully qualified and experienced doctor who has undertaken specialist training to become a GP. GPs are experts in the management of a wide range of common illnesses and health problems. Where a GP feels that a patient’s problem requires even more specialist advice, they may refer them to hospital to see a doctor who specialises in just one area of medicine.

What is a GP registrar?

A GP registrar is a fully qualified and experienced doctor who is undertaking supervised, specialist training to become a GP.

What is a locum GP?

A locum GP is a fully qualified GP who is standing in temporarily for one of our usual GPs who is away for some reason, or if we have a vacancy.

What is a foundation year doctor?

A foundation year doctor (also called a house officer) is a qualified doctor who is gaining wider experience. They work under supervision at all times to ensure that they always provide good, safe care.

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