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Friday, 24 November 2017
Undergraduate Medical Education

 The Undergraduate Medical Education Team Faculty


Dr Rayman Jonathan Douse Dr Ruta Gada Thomas Groot-Wassink Kay Wilson
Dr Gerry Rayman Clinical Sub Dean, UGST Medicine & Consultant Diabetologist Overall responsible for delivery of undergraduate medical education  Dr Jonathan Douse
Associate Sub-Dean, Pastoral Support UGST Medicine & Respiratory Consultant Responsible for delivery of undergraduate medical education
Dr Ruta Gada
Associate Sub-Dean, Pastoral Support UGST Medicine & Consultant Obstetrician Responsible for delivery of undergraduate medical education
(from Mar 17)
Mr Thomas
Groot-Wassink
UGST Surgery and Upper GI Consultant
Responsibility for overseeing student doctors on surgical placements
Kay Wilson
Medical Education Undergraduate Department Lead & Clinical Skills Tutor Oversees the delivery of undergraduate medical education, student doctors & FYs (Bleep 074)

Diane Chilvers   Sue Holroyd Francesca Lake  
Diane Chilvers
Clinical Skills Tutor Provides clinical skills teaching to student doctors (Bleep 422)
Deborah Collins
Clinical Skills Tutor Provides clinical skills teaching to student doctors (Bleep 391)
Sue Holroyd Undergraduate Manager Oversees curriculum administration for Cambs, UEA & St. George’s Grenada Elizabeth Cochrane Undergraduate Administrator Responsible for administration of Cambs, UEA & Physician Associate Trainees curricula Amy Copping Undergraduate Assistant Administrator Responsible for supporting delivery of curricula

For matters relating to your placement or for any advice or guidance either educational or pastoral please contact:
The Undergraduate Medical Education Office (Postbag C359), The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust, Heath Road, IPSWICH IP4 5PD
Tel: 01473 702525 (internal ext 1525) or call Switchboard on 01473 712233 and ask for bleep 074
Email: ugme.team@ipswichhospital.nhs.uk
Visit: The Undergraduate Office. It's the second door on the left as you enter the Education Centre from the main hospital corridor.

The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust has been awarded Associated Teaching Status by the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine and is also affiliated to the University of East Anglia, Norwich Medical School, St. George’s International School of Medicine in Grenada and the University of Suffolk. Ipswich Hospital has an excellent reputation for providing one of the best placements for student doctors in a district general hospital and is renowned for being a welcoming and friendly hospital.