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Millview Surgery1a Goldsmith StreetMansfieldNottinghamshire, NG18 5PFTel: 01623 649528
We are trying to ensure that patients see the correct clinician for their medical need, therefore, we may need to ask you the reason for your request for an appointment. If you prefer not to say, your wishes will be respected.
Millview is an accredited training practice for GP registrars and Foundation year 2 doctors
GP Registrars are fully qualified doctors who have chosen General Practice as a career and are continuing to gain more experience both in hospital posts and in the GP Surgery. They have a rigorous training programme to keep them up to date with the latest developments in medicine. GP Registrars work with the surgery for four or eight month blocks, running their own clinics under the supervision of the GP Partners.
Foundation year 2 Doctors are also qualified and are in their second year post graduation from Medical School. Many of them opt to work for a four month period in General Practice and a significant proportion of those who have worked with us in the past have continued onto GP training programme. They also run their own clinics with longer appointments, closely supervised by the GP Partners.
The GPs themselves also benefit from the recent hospital experience of the junior doctors
The Practice is committed to continuous training and education for all staff at all levels. We also welcome nursing students who may be based at Millview during their training.
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Our practice nurses run the treatment room at the surgery and are involved in many other clinics which provide prevention care at Millview. We are firmly committed to primary and secondary prevention.
Your first point of contact with the practice and the Primary Care Health Team will be the reception desk. We are proud of the eight capable, well trained and friendly staff who are your first contact.
Our reception is an open counter, but if you need to talk to the receptionist confidentially, she can arrange this for you.
If you are housebound and your doctor decides that you need nursing care he/she will arrange for one of our district nurses to call and see you.