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Foundation Programme:

All rotations are indicative and subject to change. Please note, from 2021 to 2023, the number of Scottish Foundation F1 and F2 posts are being increased. The main effect is that by 2023, 50% of all Scottish F2 trainees will experience a block in General Practice. Enhanced community exposure during Foundation training is part of both the recent UK Foundation Programme Review and Scottish Government Health Department policy. In South East region this will mean that the mix of F2 posts available in each programme will change. All programmes will still have a variety of posts including Emergency Medicine, GP, Psychiatry, Medicine, Surgery and some other specialties. The exact mix of F2 posts in each programme will change over the next 2 years as the new posts are created and the programmes rebalanced.

PostLocation & Specialty
1

St John's Hospital

 

Emergency Medicine

2

St John's Hospital

 

Emergency Medicine

3

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

 

Intensive Therapy Unit

4

The Ferguson Medical Practice, Broxburn 

 

General Practice

5

Queen Margaret Hospital

 

General Adult Psychiatry

6

Borders General Hospital

 

General (Internal) Medicine

7

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery

8

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

 

Renal Medicine

9

St John's Hospital

 

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

10

Royal Hospital for Children and Young People

Paediatrics

11

East Lothian Community Hospital

Psychiatry of Old Age

12

Royal Hospital for Children and Young People

Paediatric Surgery

13

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

General Surgery

14

Inchpark Surgery,

Edinburgh

General Practice

15

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

Hospital at Home

All programmes are subject to change at any time between now and when you start your training.

 


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