General Practitioners: North Herefordshire:Written question - 141722

Asked by Bill Wiggin
(North Herefordshire)
Asked on: 08 May 2018
Department of Health and Social Care
General Practitioners: North Herefordshire
To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, whether any of the £20,000 bursaries for newly qualified GPs have been assigned to locations in North Herefordshire.
Answered by: Steve Brine
Answered on: 16 May 2018

The Targeted Enhanced Recruitment scheme was launched in 2016 and offers a £20,000 salary supplement to attract doctors to enter general practitioner (GP) speciality training in parts of the country where there have been consistent shortages of GP trainees. The scheme is open to GP trainees committed to working their three years of specialty training in areas identified by the GP National Recruitment Office as having the hardest to recruit to training places in England. 238 trainees have entered the scheme so far. 265 places have been made available in 2018.

Places were available on the scheme in Hereford and Worcester in 2017 and further places have been made available in 2018.

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