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Addenbrookes and Associated Rotations

Last updated: 19 January 2012

Of the 103 Core Medical Trainees to be appointed in the Eastern Deanery in August 2012, up to 24 will be appointed to two-year rotations between Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge and neighbouring hospitals (Papworth, Hinchingbrooke and West Suffolk).

Each trainee appointed will be offered four six-month posts, which will include two or three posts in Addenbrooke’s and one or two posts in Papworth, Hinchingbrooke or West Suffolk, giving all trainees a wide range of experience.

In addition to these posts, a number of posts may be offered with CT1 in Bedford to be followed by CT2 in Addenbrookes and/or Papworth (depending on the trainee's interests) and a number of posts may be offered with CT1 in Peterborough followed by CT2 in Addenbrookes and/or Papworth (depending on the trainee's interests).


With regard to preparation for MRCP, we run evening courses in the weeks leading up to each diet of PACES. We also have specific tuition for procedures such as chest drain insertion and central lines. We have dedicated CMT and acute medicine teaching programmes. The Addenbrooke’s site is one of the few biomedical research centres in the UK and provides a tertiary service for a number of specialties. The campus is expanding and has good public transport links, with a new access road from the M11 now open.

Associated rotations 

Five posts are offered as follows: CMT1 training will be provided in Bedford (3 posts) and Peterborough (2 posts) from August 2012 to July 2013, with rotation to Addenbrookes / Papworth for CMT2 from August 2013 to July 2014. During their CMT1 year, trainees will be asked what specialty they would most like to do in CMT2, and every effort will be made to ensure that they are able to do so, although this cannot be guaranteed for some specialties in which we have few posts (neurosciences, ITU, haematology).

College Tutors

Associate Tutors

Addenbrooke'sDr Sanjay Ojha Dr Caroline Barry 
Dr Gareth Corbett
HinchingbrookeDr Singhan Murali-KrishnanDr Emanuela Bejinariu 
PapworthDr Nick WestDr Adam Brown  
West SuffolkDr Ellie Gurnell 

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