Employer Information

Yeovil Hospital is a rural hospital based in the market town of Yeovil, serving a population of around 185,000 people in south Somerset and Dorset.

In 2015 we were recognised as a national ‘Vanguard’ site for new models of care. We are progressing our work with GPs and local partners in the development of new models of integrated care, which will deliver a sustainable, high quality, health and social care system. These plans are a key element of the Trust’s strategic objectives.

We have maintained positive feedback from patients about their care, reflected in our ‘iWantGreatCare’ survey, in which we achieved an impressive 4.75 out of 5 star rating.

Among our accolades, the Trust has won £50k in the National Lottery’s People’s Projects competition two years running, to improve life in hospital for older patients with dementia through an array of activities such as live music, art, gardening and dance to help combat feelings of isolation and loneliness.

Our fundraising efforts have also seen our plans to build a sensory dementia garden come to fruition, with the recent opening of our hospital garden. This fantastic space offers staff, patients, relatives and carers a quiet space to relax and enjoy being outdoors and features prominently in our ongoing activities for older patients.

Psychiatry and GP Placements

Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will remain your employer during your psychiatry or GP placement.

Psychiatry placements are with Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. Somerset has created an integrated health and social care provision for people with mental health problems, by establishing the first combined provider organisation in the country.  Somerset Partnership is commissioned to provide both the Health and Social Care aspects of Mental Health Services, which allows individualised packages of care to be provided, although the Health and Social Care budget streams are separately audited.  The Partnership became an NHS Foundation Trust on 1 May 2008. 

The Trust uses an Electronic Patient Record [RIO] for mental health and social care.  The system is now operational throughout the Trust and the electronic record is the prime record of clinical activity.

F1 Placement Descriptions

Information on the placements that make up the F1 rotations at Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Click on the specialty to learn more.

  • F1 Acute internal medicine (EAU)

    Placement F1 Acute internal medicine (EAU)
    Yeovil District Hospital
    The department The Unit comprises of 4 Consultants in Acute Medicine. They have interests in Respiratory medicine and COE. EAU is a newly built ward with 24 new beds. EAU staff also cover CDUP 11-14 beds, Amblatory Care and Outpatient Clinics

    The unit is supported by 1 SpR in acute and general medicine and 1 specialty doctor. The unit serves East Somerset with a catchment of 180 000 people.

    The type of work to expect and learning opportunities All F1 Doctors in hospital posts will generally be ward based during the ‘normal’ working day and expected to deliver the daily medical care of all the patients on their ward irrespective of specialty. Whilst in the EAU attachment the F1 will be involved with the generic clerking of patients being admitted and the ongoing care of the patients in the unit.

    The overall educational objectives of the F1 year are to provide the trainee with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to be able to

    • Take a history and examine a patient
    • Identify and synthesise problems
    • Prescribe safely
    • Keep an accurate and relevant medical record
    • Manage time and clinical priorities effectively
    • Communicate effectively with patients, relatives and colleagues
    • Use evidence, guidelines and audit to benefit patient care
    • Act in a professional manner at all times
    • Cope with ethical and legal issues which occur during the management of patients with general medical problems
    • Educate patients effectively
    • Become life-long learners and teachers.
    Where the placement is based Yeovil District General Hospital; EAU Level 4
    Clinical Supervisor(s) for the placement Dr Thikra Al-Wattar, Dr Siddiqui; Dr Hameed
    Main duties of the placement The F1 doctor is responsible with other staff for the ward care of patients and the maintenance of the patient’s medical record. They will have responsibility for problems arising in patients on the ward. They are expected to attend the structured teaching programmes provided by the department. The doctor will be responsible for such other specific clinical duties as allocated by consultants including performing other duties in occasional emergencies and unforeseen circumstances.
    Typical working pattern in this placement There are daily ward rounds between 9am-5pm supported by the Consultants as well as the middle grade doctor. There are also regular MDT meetings. They have the opportunity to perform various medical procedures.

    The F1 doctor will work on the ward directly reporting to an F2 or higher. The F1 is part of a 12 person rota which covers the General Medicine take including nights and weekend working

    It is important to note that this description is a typical example of your placement and may be subject to change.

  • F1 Cardiology

    Placement F1 Cardiology
    Yeovil District Hospital
    The department Cardiology at YDH comprises 3 Consultant Cardiologists, 2 Registrars, a Staff Grade and 5 junior doctors; the department has a  CCU and technicians in the Clinical Investigation Department.
    The type of work to expect and learning opportunities The full range of Medical and Cardiological clinical duties to be expected at your grade in a medium-sized but especially friendly DistrictGeneralHospital.
    Where the placement is based Yeovil District Hospital
    Clinical Supervisor(s) for the placement Our F1 and F2s have one of the Consultants as a Clinical Supervisor

    Dr G Chung, Dr A Broadley, Dr G Brigden

    Main duties of the placement The F1 doctor will work on the ward directly reporting to an F2 or higher. The F1 is part of a 12 person rota which covers the General Medicine take including nights and weekend working.

    The overall objectives of the F1 year are to provide the trainee with the knowledge, skill and attitude to be able to :

    • Take a history and examine a patient
    • Work towards establishing either a diagnosis or differential diagnostic list
    • Organize appropriate investigations and review and interpret results
    • Prescribe safely
    • Keep accurate medical records
    • Manage time effectively
    • Prioritize clinical tasks
    • Communicate effectively with patients, family, carers and colleagues
    • Use evidence based guidance and audit to benefit patient care
    • Act in a professional manner at all times
    • Cope with ethical and legal issues which occur during the management of patients with general medical problems
    • Education patients effectively

     It is important to note that this description is a typical example of your placement and may be subject to change.

  • F1 Emergency medicine

    Placement F1 Emergency medicine
    Yeovil District Hospital
    The department The Emergency and CDU department provides services for the population of Yeovil and the surrounding areas and sees 42,000 new patients a year.

    There is 24 hour specialty registrar cover, with on-site senior cover (middle grade / consultant) between 0800-2200 hours. Senior cover at night is provided by the on-call consultant from home.

    In addition to a wide variety of medical & surgical emergencies, at least 25% of all attendances are children.

    The type of work to expect and learning opportunities The F1 will be expected to participate in all aspects of patient care within the Department. This will include initial assessment of patients with minor injuries, acutely ill patients and patients requiring immediate resuscitation. There will also be the opportunity to perform practical procedures. F1 doctors will be supported by senior colleagues and will discuss their findings and management plans.

    Educational Opportunities

    There is protected teaching for junior medical staff. This is done by the senior staff in the department on a weekly basis. The F1 doctor is also free to attend Trust wide F1 teaching on a weekly basis. There is continuous shopfloor teaching on all cases seen by the F1 doctor. The department have also recently introduced a series of 15 minute teaching session which cover a variety of useful topics. This teaching is easily accommodated during the normal working day and can be caught up on at any time.

    Where the placement is based Emergency Department, Yeovil District Hospital
    Clinical Supervisor(s) for the placement Dr Paul Ancill, Dr Katalin Fernando, Dr Jon Tipping, Dr Andrew Newton
    Main duties of the placement The F1 doctor will make an initial assessment of patients presenting to the ED. They will not be expected to assess patients at risk of acute deterioration unless under direct supervision. They will formulate a plan for further investigation and initial treatment and discuss this with a senior colleague who will then review the case with them.

    The F1 doctor has a four week rolling rota which includes a weekend and shifts finishing no later than 10pm.

    It is important to note that this description is a typical example of your placement and may be subject to change.

  • F1 Endocrinology and diabetes mellitus

    Placement F1 Endocrinology and diabetes mellitus
    Yeovil District Hospital
    The department The department of Diabetes and Endocrinology comprises of 2 consultants, supported by a middle grade doctor, Diabetes specialist nurses, specialist diabetes dietician, and hospital podiatrist.

    The consultants undertake a 1:14 general medical on-call rota, and contribute to post-take ward rounds alongside acute physicians.

    The sub-specialty of Diabetes and Endocrinology have 12 inpatient beds across 2 wards. They share the main ward with the respiratory team.

    The type of work to expect and learning opportunities There is a good mix of Diabetes, Endocrinology and General Medicine inpatients admitted to the main ward under Endocrinology. The team of junior doctors are responsible for the endocrine patients with occasional cross cover to the respiratory patients.

    Type of work and opportunities:

    1. Take a history, examine and manage the patient:Junior doctors in the ward are expected to briefly re-clerk patients admitted under endocrinology team, by confirming the history and examination themselves, and checking relevant investigations and create a problem list, and action plan.
    2. They are expected to prescribe safely:
    3. They must complete the Safe use of insulin elearning course (details available from the academy), which is mandatory for all foundation doctors.
    4. Record keeping: ensure accurate and up to date records.
    5. Attend consultant ward rounds (usually Tuesdays AM or PM, and Friday usually AM, and participate in ward round discussions.
    6. Time Management and prioritise duties:
    7. Effective communication with patients and demonstrate empathy
    8. Good team working and mutual respect for colleagues is expected.
    9. Act professionally at all times.
    10. Engage in teaching medical students who attend from Bristol, and St George’s London.
    11. Undertake discharge summary of all patients via electronic discharge summary, with accurate and concise information of the patient’s episode, and accurate medication list on discharge, with clear instructions onactions for GPs and who the summary has been copied to.
    12. Actively participate in presentations at the respiratory and endocrine meetings
    13. Participate in the general hospital educational sessions, including journal club, radiology meetings and grand rounds.
    14. Consultant led outpatient clinic attendance is voluntary. Please discuss with individual consultant.
    15. Undertake an audit and present at local governance meeting.
    Where the placement is based Ward 9A (main ward)

    Ward 6B (outlier ward)

    Other potential outlier wards include, HDU, ward10 (young adult) and Kingston wing and CDU/CDU-P.

    Clinical Supervisor(s) for the placement Dr Sesha Pramodh & Dr Alex Bickerton
    Typical working pattern in this placement The F1 doctor will work on the ward directly reporting to an F2 or higher. The F1 is part of a 12 person rota which covers the General Medicine take including nights and weekend working

    It is important to note that this description is a typical example of your placement and may be subject to change.

  • F1 General (internal) medicine (General & Respiratory)

    Placement F1 General (internal) medicine (General & Respiratory)
    Yeovil District Hospital
    The department The Respiratory Department is led by 2 Consultants specialising both in general and respiratory medicine.

    The department is supported by Nurse Specialists covering Lung Cancer, TB, COPD & Sleep. Patients with complex respiratory problems are triaged to the respiratory ward where possible.

    The type of work to expect and learning opportunities All FY1 doctors in hospital posts are largely ward based during the normal working day. They are involved in the delivery of day to day medical care of all patients on their ward, supervised by and FY2 and Registrar. They will be involved in the routine review of all patients and assessment of acute problems as necessary.

    The FY1 will participate on the acute on call rota gaining experience in the assessment of acute medical admissions and also provide out of hours medical ward cover.

    The overall objectives of the F1 year are to provide the trainee with the knowledge, skill and attitude to be able to :

    • Take a history and examine a patient
    • Work towards establishing either a diagnosis or differential diagnostic list
    • Organize appropriate investigations and review and interpret results
    • Prescribe safely
    • Keep accurate medical records
    • Manage time effectively
    • Prioritize clinical tasks
    • Communicate effectively with patients, family, carers and colleagues
    • Use evidence based guidance and audit to benefit patient care
    • Act in a professional manner at all times
    • Cope with ethical and legal issues which occur during the management of patients with general medical problems
    • Education patients effectively
    • Become life-long learners and teachers
    Where the placement is based Medical Directorate. Respiratory ward 9a
    Clinical Supervisor(s) for the placement Dr Claire Parker/Dr Phil Raines
    Main duties of the placement The FY1 doctor works as part of a team responsible for the day to day care of medical patients on their ward and under the care of the respiratory team on outlying wards and ICU.

    They are responsible for the ward care and maintenance of patient medical records.

    They work with both respiratory consultants.

    They are expected to attend the structured FY1 core training and attend all other educational meetings such as journal club, x-ray meetings and ward meetings.

    The doctor will be responsible for such clinical duties allocated by the consultant or other team members; This includes performing duties in occasional emergencies and unforeseen circumstances.

    The F1 doctor is also expected to cross cover the diabetes patients on the ward to provide cover in times of sickness

    Typical working pattern in this placement

    The F1 doctor will work on the ward directly reporting to an F2 or higher. The F1 is part of a 12 person rota which covers the General Medicine take including nights and weekend working.

    It is important to note that this description is a typical example of your placement and may be subject to change.

  • F1 General (internal) medicine (General & Gastroenterology)

    Placement F1 General (internal) medicine (General & Gastroenterology)
    Yeovil District Hospital
    The department Medicine
    The type of work to expect and learning opportunities Ward based and on-call. Ward based learning and fixed teaching sessions
    Where the placement is based Ward 9B YDH
    Clinical Supervisor(s) for the placement Dr Z H Khan, Dr K Smith, Dr J Gotto
    Main duties of the placement Clerking of patients, conducting ward rounds for the consultants and on-call

    The FY1 will participate on the acute on call rota gaining experience in the assessment of acute medical admissions and also provide out of hours medical ward cover.

    The overall objectives of the F1 year are to provide the trainee with the knowledge, skill and attitude to be able to :

    • Take a history and examine a patient
    • Work towards establishing either a diagnosis or differential diagnostic list
    • Organize appropriate investigations and review and interpret results
    • Prescribe safely
    • Keep accurate medical records
    • Manage time effectively
    • Prioritize clinical tasks
    • Communicate effectively with patients, family, carers and colleagues
    • Use evidence based guidance and audit to benefit patient care
    • Act in a professional manner at all times
    • Cope with ethical and legal issues which occur during the management of patients with general medical problems
    • Education patients effectively
    • Become life-long learners and teachers
    Typical working pattern in this placement The F1 doctor will work on the ward directly reporting to an F2 or higher. The F1 is part of a 12 person rota which covers the General Medicine take including nights and weekend working

    The Gastroenterology Consultants have a very good ward presence and regularly conduct consultant led ward rounds and board rounds.

    It is important to note that this description is a typical example of your placement and may be subject to change.

  • F1 General (internal) medicine (General & Geriatics)

    Placement F1 General (internal) medicine (General & Geriatics)
    Yeovil District Hospital
    The department The Dept of Care of The Elderly comprises of 2 Consultant Physicians who partake in the General Medicine on call rota and a consultant in FOPAS (Frail Older Persons Assessment Service) There are interests in stroke. Parkinsons Disease, Falls & orthogeriatrics. All geriatrics pathology is represented.

    The department serves East Somerset & North Dorset with a catchment population of 180,000.

    The department is closely linked with tertiary services in Bristol.

    The type of work to expect and learning opportunities All F1 Doctors in hospital posts will generally be ward based during the ‘normal’ working day and expected to deliver the daily medical care of all the patients on their ward irrespective of specialty.

    The overall educational objectives of the F1 year are to provide the trainee with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to be able to

    • Take a history and examine a patient
    • Identify and synthesize problems
    • Prescribe safely
    • Keep an accurate and relevant medical record
    • Manage time and clinical priorities effectively
    • Communicate effectively with patients, relatives and colleagues
    • Use evidence, guidelines and audit to benefit patient care
    • Act in a professional manner at all times
    • Cope with ethical and legal issues which occur during the management of patients with general medical problems
    • Educate patients effectively
    • Become life-long learners and teachers.
    Where the placement is based Yeovil District Hospital
    Clinical Supervisor(s) for the placement Dr K A Rashed, Dr M R Qadiri
    Main duties of the placement The F1 doctor is responsible with other staff for the ward care of patients and the maintenance of the patient’s medical record. They will have opportunities to work with the consultants in outpatients clinics, and also take responsibility for problems arising with patients on the ward. They are expected to attend the structured teaching programmes provided by the department. The doctor will be responsible for such other specific clinical duties as allocated by consultants including performing other duties in occasional emergencies and unforeseen circumstances.

    The F1 doctor will work on the ward directly reporting to an F2 or higher. The F1 is part of a 12 person rota which covers the General Medicine take including nights and weekend working.

    It is important to note that this description is a typical example of your placement and may be subject to change.

  • F1 General psychiatry

    Placement F1 General psychiatry
    Summerlands Hospital
    The department The psychiatry F1 placement is based on Rowan Ward, Summerlands Hospital Site in Yeovil which is an inpatient and outpatient facility approximately 1½ miles from Yeovil District Hospital. There is one 22 bedded inpatient general adult ward with an adjoining outpatient facility (Holly Court). There are 2 inpatient consultants, Dr Julian Barnett and Dr Roberta Orton, an F2, a GP ST2 plus core trainee in psychiatry already working on Rowan Ward who can offer support and teaching to the F1 trainee.
    The type of work to expect and learning opportunities The F1 placement begins with an intensive 3 day induction programme. The working week includes 2 ward rounds and 7 sessions for ward cover, meetings and one session of teaching at the Post Graduate Medical Education meeting on Monday morning.
    Where the placement is based Rowan Ward, Summerlands Hospital Site, 56 Preston Road, Yeovil.
    Clinical Supervisor(s) for the placement Dr Julian Barnett and Dr Roberta Orton
    Main duties of the placement The F1 doctor is responsible with other staff for ward care of patients and the maintenance of patient’s medical records. They will have the opportunity to work with the Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team to assess acutely unwell patients who may require admission to hospital or to facilitate early discharge from hospital. This work will be supervised by more experienced doctors. They are expected to attend the structured teaching programme provided by the department. They will be responsible for other specific clinical duties delegated by the consultant during handover and ward round. Their duties will also include performing during a occasional emergencies and unforeseen circumstances.
    Typical working pattern in this placement Monday 9.30 - 13.00 PGME, 14.00 - 17.00 ward reviews/urgent assessments.

    Tuesday 9.00 - 10.00 handover, 10.00 - 13.00 ward review, 14.00 - 17.00 ward work

    Wednesday 9.00 - 10.00 handover, 10.00 - 13.00 crisis/home treatment clinic, 14.00 - 17.00 work work

    Thursday 9.00 - 10.00 handover, 10 - 13.;00 ward work, 14.00 - 15.00 supervision, 15.00 - 17.00 ward work

    Friday 9.00 - 10.00 handover, 10.00 - 13.00 ward work, 13.00 - 17.00 ward work

    Saturday and Sunday - no on call shift. On call requirements - the F1 has no on call commitments out of hours. 9.00 - 17.00 Monday to Friday they will be expected to participate in cover arrangements for the Summerlands Hospital Site which includes an adjacent old age psychiatric unit, Magnolia Ward (18 beds).

    It is important to note that this description is a typical example of your placement and may be subject to change.

  • F1 General surgery

    Placement

    F1 General surgery
    Yeovil District Hospital

    The department Including General, Breast and Urology, the department of Surgery comprises 8 Consultant Surgeons of whom 7 partake in the acute General surgical on-call. General Surgery at YDH has a strong emphasis on laparoscopic (keyhole) procedures.
    The type of work to expect and learning opportunities All F1 Doctors in hospital posts will generally be ward based during the ‘normal’ working day and expected to deliver the daily medical care of all the patients on their wards irrespective of specialty.

    Whilst in the Emergency On-call Week the F1 will be involved with the generic clerking of patients being admitted and the ongoing care of the patients in the unit.

    The overall educational objectives of the F1 year are to provide the trainee with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to be able to

    • Take a history and examine a patient
    • Identify problems
    • Prescribe safely
    • Keep an accurate and relevant medical record
    • Manage time and clinical priorities effectively
    • Establish 1st line Treatment of Acute Surgical Patient’s
    • Communicate effectively with patients, relatives and colleagues
    • Use evidence, guidelines and audit to benefit patient care
    • Act in a professional manner at all times
    • Cope with ethical and legal issues which occur during the management of patients with general medical problems
    • Educate patients effectively
    • Become life-long learners and teachers.
    Where the placement is based YDH Ward 7a
    Clinical Supervisor(s) for the placement Mr Francis, Mr Ockrim, Mr Allison, Mr Spearman, Mr Farooq, Miss C Osborne, Mr B Ansari, Mr Dennison
    Main duties of the placement F1 Doctors have the opportunity to work with the multidisciplinary teams of surgical care including the Stoma Therapist, Physiotherapist, Dietician, Pharmacist and other health care professionals. They are also encouraged to attend the outpatient clinics, main and day theatre sessions. In addition they are expected to attend the structured teaching programs provided by the department.

    The doctor will be responsible for such other activities such as establishing first line of treatment and IV access, prioritising sick patients, discharge summary’s in timely manner, in addition to accurate and reliable recording of patient progress in their notes.

    Typical working pattern in this placement Daily: 0900 Ward round

    1200/1700/2100 Handover

    Mon: 1100 – 1700 Assessment unit.

    Tues: 1400 Out patients clinic

    Wed: 1300 Grand round

    (1400 formal teaching programme)

    Thurs: 1100 departmental teaching program

    Fri - Sun: Ward cover

    Sat: 08.00 – 20.30 1 in 7

    Sun: 08.00 – 20.30 1 in 7

    On call requirements:

    1 in 7 with twilight shifts.

    It is important to note that this description is a typical example of your placement and may be subject to change.

  • F1 Geriatric medicine (Geriatrics & Stroke)

    Information to follow

  • F1 Intensive care medicine (Critical care & ICU)

    Information to follow

  • F1 Paediatrics

    Placement F1 Paediatrics
    Yeovil District Hospital
    The department

    The Department of Paediatrics at Yeovil District Hospital comprises 7 consultant Paediatricians, who participate in an on-call rota for acute Paediatrics and neonates, and an Associate Specialist. The consultants are General Paediatricians who have varied special interests in Child Protection, Emergency Paediatrics, Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Diabetes, Oncology, Cardiology, Neurology and eating disorders.

    The Department consists of a 22 bedded Children and Young People’s Ward, with 2 purpose built adolescent rooms. It is adjacent to the dedicated Children’s Outpatient and Day Services area. The ward is open to children and young people of all specialties and there is joint working with Surgical and Orthopaedic teams.

    There are approximately 2000 Paediatric admissions annually and over 1000 new referrals to Paediatric Outpatients each year.

    Nurse-Led clinics take place and the work of the department is supported by a team of Community Children’s Nurses.

    There is a dedicated Paediatric Assessment Unit sited within the Emergency Department. Children and young people referred by General Practitioners are reviewed here as are children attending the Emergency department. Middle Grade staff oversee the assessment of these children, arranging appropriate discharge or follow up either as an admission or for review. This is overseen by the Consultant of the Week.

    The Unit (SCBU) has recently been fully refurbished, thanks to the fundraising efforts of Yeovil Hospital Charity’s Flying Colours Appeal. The SBCU is located at the far end of Freya Ward (maternity post natal ward). There are facilities to care for up to eight babies. We routinely admit babies from 32 weeks – 37 weeks gestation but we also admit other babies if they require extra special care.

    Community Paediatrics is integrated within the General Paediatric caseload.

    General Paediatric Outpatient clinics take place daily and peripheral clinics are carried out in Glastonbury, Wincanton, South Petherton, Crewkerne and Sherborne.

    The department has strong links with the tertiary centres of Bristol and Southampton, with sub-specialist clinics being held regularly at Yeovil. These include Oncology, Cardiology, Endocrinology, Neurology, Paediatric Surgery, Nephrology, Paediatric Urology, Rheumatology, Clinical Genetics and Allergy. Annual reviews in Cystic Fibrosis in the tertiary team also take place locally. Junior medical staff are encouraged to attend these combined clinics.

    The type of work to expect and learning opportunities

    F1 doctors working within the Paediatric department are based either on the Paediatric ward, SCBU or in the Paediatric Assessment Unit during the ‘normal working day’. At all times the F1 doctor is supported by a middle grade doctor, working under the on-call consultant.

    When working on SCBU, the F1 doctor will be required, with a middle grade doctor, to see all Neonatal patients each day and will be part of the team responsible for their daily medical care.

    When working upon the General Paediatric ward, the F1 doctor will form part of the Paediatric team reviewing all patients daily on the morning ward round and providing their inpatient medical care.

    In the Paediatric Assessment Unit within the emergency department, the F1 doctor will clerk new admissions and, with senior support, assist in planning their ongoing management.

    There is a robust programme of formal teaching within the department, with twice weekly consultant teaching, weekly middle-grade led teaching, weekly departmental educational meetings and a weekly journal club. It is expected that F1 doctors will attend all teaching sessions and will participate in their delivery also.

    Where the placement is based

    Ward 10, Paediatric Assessment Unit, Special Care Baby Unit, Paediatric Outpatient Department

    Clinical Supervisor(s) for the placement

    Dr Meridith Kane, Dr Paul Heaton, Dr Megan Eaton, Dr Christopher Zaborowski, Dr Michael Fernando, Dr Tamsyn Nicole, Dr Camelia Vania

    It is important to note that this description is a typical example of your placement and may be subject to change.