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Please be aware that from May 1st the time to ring and order your prescription has changed to between 2.00 - 4.00 pm.

Prescription Ordering Times

The role of a GP Registrar

GP Registrars

Who are they and where do they come from?

The journey of a Doctor - Medical school for 4-5 year before qualifying, next step foundation training for 2 years, speciality training for 3 years for GP.

After Training = Independant GPs have 3 routes that they can take, become a partner within a practice, be a salaried GP or do locum/out of hours work.

Why be a teaching practice?

'Every registrar brings something new'

'Helps keep the practice up to date'

'High proportions of registrars come back as locums or even partners'

'Attracts new people to a rural community'

Dr Dendle is our trainer for the GP registrars


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