- The Surgery
- Staithe Road
- NR29 5AB
- Tel: 01692 678611
- STATUS— Norfolk Scheme Training Practice
- SITES— 2 Rural
- TRAINEE(S)— 1
- Practice Population— 5500
- PARTNERS 4
- MEDICAL STUDENTS no
- F2 Doctors no
- DISPENSING yes
- TRAINERS 1 | ASSOCIATE TRAINERS 1
- TRAINEE OWN ROOM yes
Ludham and Stalham Green Surgeries is a very friendly small rural dispensing practice about 15 miles from Norwich, in the centre of the Norfolk Broads area. Ludham Surgery is paired with Stalham Green Surgery making a totla practice list of 5,500, covering a rural population in a number of local villages. We also look after a range of old people\'s homes, a mental care home and a number of holiday makers including boaters
Trainees may work at either site and they have their own room and terminal on our EMIS Web system. They have two tutorials per week and post-surgery debriefs as well as protected afternoon for personal study. We share one of our tutorials with Staithe Surgery, Stalham so that both trainees bring ideas along with a larger pool of educators. Day release takes place at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital all day on alternate Wednesdays. There is also a half-day off for recreation.
Ludham offers excellent training and relations with doctors and staff to learn effectively in nurturing environment. Various people help with teaching including all the GPs, the Practice Manager, Clinical Data Manager, Nurses and other health care professionals. Trainees are actively encouraged to attend a variety of meetings in the practice. We offer opportunities to learn skills in the practice including minor surgery, cryotherapy, electrocautery, and use of various diagnostic tools e.g. spirometry. Time is available to complete audits. We have a website, so look us up on the web, too www.ludhamsurgery.nhs.uk
On call commitments for trainees in the practice consists of one day a week on call between 08.30am and 6.30pm and out of hours is under the wing of the Out of Hours Service.
Colin Sale: A Partner since 1991 and our GP Trainer since August 2011, he is committed to the training and development of trainees and returners to the practice. He is also an experience appraiser.
Simon Morris: Has been a partner in the practice since 2002. He is familiar with video analysis and also takes regular tutorials. He is on the Local Medical Committee.
Elizabeth Christie: Joined the practice as part time partner in April 2012, and is the practice\'s representative on the North Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group.
Nicholas McCardel: trained at the UEA, remaining in Norfolk to train as a GP in 2009. He joined the Practice as a Salaried GP and has been a full time Partner since 2014. He is currently in the process of becoming an Associate Trainer.
As a learning organisation, the Practice is actively involved in developing other peoples learning in the organisation. The practice offers career opportunities to local people and has successfully trained and employed several apprentices within the practice.we have a webiste, so look us up at www.ludhamsurgery.nhs.uk