Education and Training Success at George Eliot Hospital
George Eliot Hospital Clinical Education and Training Team have achieved success in General Medical Council survey of good practice.
Every year, the General Medical Council ask doctors in postgraduate training what they think about the quality of their training. In the most recent Survey of 227 Trusts nationally, George Eliot Hospital was listed within their top 10 indicators in several categories across 3 years between 2012-2014.
The survey is an important part of how the General Medical Council make sure medical education and training is meeting the standards they set to support high quality medical care and patient safety across the UK.
They were listed in the top 10 in several categories including workload, access to educational resources and overall satisfaction.
Dr Sankara Raman, Head of Education and Training at the George Eliot Hospital said: “This was great news and a result of the hard work and dedication of our teams to support our clinical staff and junior doctors.
“I would like to personally thank all of our staff for their hard work in contributing to our success and also to the Postgraduate team support medical staff here at the George Eliot.”