Standardising the NHS induction for overseas doctors
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is a 1,200 bed teaching hospital providing acute care for around one million people living in Norfolk and surrounding areas. The Trust offer a full range of acute clinical services, including more specialist services such as oncology and radiotherapy, neonatology, trauma and orthopaedics, plastic surgery, vascular surgery, robotic surgery, bone marrow transplants, interventional radiology, brachytherapy, specialist cardiology, paediatric medicine and surgery.
Many of their services are among the largest in the country (for example, they have the fifth busiest NHS cancer service in England). The Trust also run a smaller hospital in Cromer which is home a to a wide range of out-patient, diagnostics and day care facilities.
The Trust employ around 8,000 staff, each one with different learning and development needs and individual outcomes. They are committed to providing training and developmental opportunities that give our team the skills, knowledge and experience they need to carry out their jobs to the highest standard and help them progress in their careers.
The Trust serve as our clinical skills programme partner, and is where we train all of our overseas doctors for placements across the NHS.