These written case studies help bring to life the varied careers of GPs:
- Dr Sultan’s experience of joining a practice in Lincolnshire
- Dr Chandra Kanneganti, GP Partner and Chairman of BIDA, came to the UK in 2002 as a graduate. He has had a broad and varied career, working as an out of hours GP, a salaried GP and now a GP Partner who owns his own practice
- Dr Robert Lambourn is a partner in a small GP practice, Cheviot Medical Group, in Wooler, Northumberland – one of the largest and most sparsely populated practice areas in England.
GPs’ and practice managers’ experiences
This practice facing video features international GPs, English GPs and practice managers telling their stories.
Dr Rachel Ali – What’s it like to work as a GP in the South West?
Hear local GP Dr Rachel Ali explain what the benefits are of living and working as a GP in the South West
Dr Ed Parry-Jones – What career opportunities are there for GPs in the South West?
Local GP Dr Ed Parry-Jones explains what career opportunities there are for GP’s who are interested in living and working in the South West
While this particular programme is recruiting for General Practice in England, the Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for overseas doctors interested in living and working in the UK more broadly, including England: Living and working in the UK as a GP: a guide for overseas doctors and their families.