The School of General Practice

Introduction

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London North Central and East

 

To find out more about the training programme schemes, click on the links below.

Barking, Dagenham and Havering

Barnet

Enfield

Hackney

Ilford

Newham

Royal Free

Tower Hamlets

UCLH

Waltham Forest NELFT

Waltham Forest Whipps Cross

Whittington

 

Targeted Enhanced Recruitment Scheme (TERS)

TERS is an initiative that has, for 3 years, offered a one off payment of £20,000 to GP trainees committed to working in training locations that have had a history of under-recruitment. The scheme has been expanded to offer payment to trainees choosing to train in under-doctored or deprived areas to reflect that often trainees remain in substantive posts within those areas after training.

London has areas of significant under-doctoring aligned to pockets of severe deprivation and will use its newly allocated TERS funding to support trainees who commit to work in our most deprived practices and primary care networks in those boroughs identified as having the greatest shortage of GPs:

1. Barking & Dagenham

2. Brent

3. Havering

4. Hillingdon

5. Hounslow

6. Newham

7. Redbridge

8. Waltham Forest

IMD (indices of multiple deprivation) data will used to create rotations through the most deprived PCNs and practices for each borough and TERS trainees will rotate exclusively through these practices/PCNs chosen at time of ranking in recruitment process.

Further information with regards the TERS scheme overall is available here: https://gprecruitment.hee.nhs.uk/recruitment/ters/england

 

London North West

 

To find out more about the training programme schemes, click on the links below.

Central Middlesex

Ealing

Hillingdon

Imperial (LP)

Northwick Park

Riverside

St Mary's

West Middlesex

 

Targeted Enhanced Recruitment Scheme (TERS)

TERS is an initiative that has, for 3 years, offered a one off payment of £20,000 to GP trainees committed to working in training locations that have had a history of under-recruitment. The scheme has been expanded to offer payment to trainees choosing to train in under-doctored or deprived areas to reflect that often trainees remain in substantive posts within those areas after training.

London has areas of significant under-doctoring aligned to pockets of severe deprivation and will use its newly allocated TERS funding to support trainees who commit to work in our most deprived practices and primary care networks in those boroughs identified as having the greatest shortage of GPs:

1. Barking & Dagenham

2. Brent

3. Havering

4. Hillingdon

5. Hounslow

6. Newham

7. Redbridge

8. Waltham Forest

IMD (indices of multiple deprivation) data will used to create rotations through the most deprived PCNs and practices for each borough and TERS trainees will rotate exclusively through these practices/PCNs chosen at time of ranking in recruitment process.

Further information with regards the TERS scheme overall is available here: https://gprecruitment.hee.nhs.uk/recruitment/ters/england

 

London South

 

To find out more about the training programme schemes, click on the links below.

Bexley

Bromley

Croydon

Greenwich

Guys & St. Thomas'

Kings

Kingston & Roehampton

Lewisham

St Georges

St Helier