Training & Research

King's Medical Centre is proud to be a training practice with Dr Yadlapalli as our GP trainer who oversees the training of qualified doctors from the Mansfield Vocational Training Scheme. 

GP Registrars are fully qualified doctors who undertake a period of training in hospital before coming to General Practice. They have regular debriefs and assessments within the practice and have to work towards completing the national General Practice qualification MRCGP.

GP Registrars spend 4-12 months with us. They can be consulted in the same way as any of the other GPs in the practice. 

Video Recording of Consultations

This is an important training tool for registrars to learn about communication / consultation skills. You may be asked for permission to video your consultation, and if you are happy, your written consent will be sought. You will be informed when booking the appointment if the registrar is videoing consultations during that session. You will have the right to opt out and this will not affect your consultation or care. 

All videos are only viewed by the registrar and other GPs in the practice.

King's Medical Centre has expressed an interest in becoming involved with research.