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Geriatric Medicine

Leicester Royal Infirmary
0.0% of trainees would work here again

Ratings

GMC Training Survey 2021
Overall
80.70
Clinical Supervision
89.50
Clinical Supervision OOH
86.50
Workload
39.30
Supportive Environment
69.60
Rota Design
72.90
Adequate Experience
75.90
Educational Supervision
90.60
Local Teaching
55.60
Teamwork
73.80
Educational Governance
75.60
Curriculum Coverage
70.20
Feedback
74.20
Study Leave
56.40
Reporting systems
72.90
Induction
76.30
Handover
61.60
Facilities
74.20
Reviews (2)
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Overall
0.8
Review
Clinical staff were superficially nice, but didn't care about training, and were interested in running service only. No genuine feedback given despite asking. Rota is busy but not unreasonable. However rota coordinators are terrible, unreasonable and uncaring and despite numerous attempts by juniors, no one has been able to address it and senior consultant are either powerless to change things or do not care. Work space is cramped and limited ability to work efficiently.
Geriatric Medicine
Medicine F1
Leicester Royal Infirmary
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Overall
1.4
Review
Rota gaps, poor rota planning and short staffing are the main themes of medicine at the royal infirmary. When it is raised with senior management we are often told that we are lucky with what we have. Trainees are treated like a number with the limited training opportunities we have cancelled last minute due to the aforementioned 3 themes. There are some fantastic consultants, nurses and other healthcare professionals but unfortunately it is not enough to change the trainee experience overall. JDAs (rota coordinators) are inflexible with leave requests, even if requested much ahead of time. Parking is a nightmare and we pay a lot for the experience.
Geriatric Medicine
Junior (F1-CT2)
Leicester Royal Infirmary
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