Aberystwyth is a vibrant GP training scheme based at the friendly DGH in rural Mid Wales and surrounding area.
The Bangor Specialty Training Scheme is based in North West Wales. Bangor is a 'City of Learning' with an ancient cathedral and a thriving university of over 6,000 students.
The Bridgend GP training scheme has a reputation for friendliness and excellent teaching.
Cardiff’s GP Specialty Training Programme is extremely popular, holding the reputation of being a well-organised and friendly programme.
During the two years spent in General Practice, you will be supported and encouraged in your development, becoming a fully integrated member of the team.
The scheme seeks to deliver a varied programme for GP training with the opportunity to experience hospital posts based at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd, Bodelwyddan and General Practice posts located in rural and urban locations within the area.
Hospital posts on the scheme are based at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital, Llantrisant, Prince Charles Hospital, Merthyr and the Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend.
Gwent and South Powys
The Gwent and South Powys scheme has a range of training practices in a wide variety of locations from Brecon Beacons to Newport, offering an opportunity to experience general practice in urban, suburban and rural locations.
The Pembrokeshire Training Scheme is committed to supporting GP trainees in their educational development in four key ways.
Swansea Bay trainees are offered rotations in designated scheme hospital posts, which are based in four hospitals, Singleton, Morriston, Cefn Coed and Neath Port Talbot Hospital.
Wrexham and North Powys
On the Wrexham and North Powys GP training scheme, we offer excellent preparation for life as a general practitioner with a mixture of small group work, residential courses and examination support.