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South Yorkshire and South HumberDeanery Profile...

South Yorkshire & South Humber Deanery covers 6 vocational training schemes. These include Barnsley, Doncaster, Grimsby, Rotherham, Scunthorpe & Sheffield. All the schemes are well established with a proven track record of placing ex trainees in local (and further a field) jobs. Since each scheme has its own individual character, applicants would be well advised to contact a particular scheme that interests them directly. The Deanery covers a large, but well-connected area covering the Northern part of Peak district of Derbyshire, the heartland of the old Yorkshire coalfields spreading easterly towards the regions south of the Humber. Within the area are the city of Sheffield; older industrial towns and small rural market towns and villages. Access to green countryside is never far away. Numerous opportunities exist for a fulfilling life away from work, both sporting and cultural.

The South Yorkshire & South Humber Deanery provides well-organised programmes that are designed to fully meet your career aspirations. All education and training is intended to develop you as an individual in preparation for your future role as a General practitioner in a modern NHS. We have a growing menu of innovative training posts focused on your individual development needs, shortened schemes to help you complete your training, GP posts from 3-12 months for those doctors who have finished the SHO component of training, part-time posts are available. Refresher training will be found for those returning to general practice. We have access to a large variety of training environments offering pleasant working and living conditions.

For more information including deanery contacts please visit the Deanery website



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