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The practice will be closed on Thursday 15th September from 12.00 until Friday 16th September at 8am for compulsory staff training. In a non emergency call 111 In an emergency call 999. Assistance is also available at the Urgent Care Centre, London Road, Nottingham 

Unfortunately at this time we are experiencing a large number of staff shortages. Please accept our apologise if you experience and delay in services. We are working extremely hard to manage the situation.

Please note: The Practice does not perform blood tests for private clinics. These need to be done on a private basis and arranged by the private clinic themselves.

GP Registrars

Musters Medical Practice is a GP Training Practice, contributing to the training of future GPs. This means that qualified doctors work for periods of four to twelve months in our practice under the supervision of Dr Prestage, to gain experience working in general practice. Their status is equivalent to hospital registrars and they bring their knowledge and experience to the practice. The practice has to adhere to rigorous quality standards to be able to train all of which add to the service we are able to provide

In some circumstances, only with your permission, consultations may be recorded on video. This is for the purpose of training in consultation skills and will be viewed only by the registrar, the trainer and authorised doctors and examiners. Medical confidentiality is always observed and the tape is erased soon after the consultation.

Medical Students

All the partners are Medical Student Tutors and have regular contact with Nottingham Medical School students who are attched to our practice. The purpose of the attachment is not to train them for general practice, but to provide a contribution to the general clinical education leading to their medical degree. The students may observe consultations and speak to patients but do not consult.

 
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