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Emergency Medicine

Chesterfield Royal Hospital
100.0% of trainees would work here again

Ratings

GMC Training Survey 2021
Overall
82.30
Clinical Supervision
89.40
Clinical Supervision OOH
86.90
Workload
49.40
Supportive Environment
74.10
Rota Design
81.80
Adequate Experience
84.10
Educational Supervision
90.90
Local Teaching
70.80
Teamwork
84.10
Educational Governance
81.80
Curriculum Coverage
81.10
Feedback
74.50
Study Leave
52.90
Reporting systems
81.80
Induction
88.20
Handover
63.80
Facilities
74.50
Reviews (1)
Overall
3
Review
Pros - DGH so fairly chill compared to bigger hospitals quick ambulance handovers - no stacking amazing nurses - can bleed, cannulate, male catheters and ABGs. New build in 2023 Has paediatrics - currently not a separate area, no observation bay. Flexibility for SDT and study leave generally quite good. Really happy for juniors / non-trainees to get stuck into big cases, so lots of opportunities to do new procedures Cons - not much trauma reliant on seniors who haven't done RCEM exams / training programs. The standard of shop floor supervision can be a bit patchy. No overnight consultant. No teaching for juniors brutal rota for SHOs
Emergency Medicine
Senior (ST3+)
Chesterfield Royal Hospital
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