The Swan Surgery is a recognised training practice and have GP Registrars working with us. These Doctors have already undertaken several years of hospital medicine and are now learning the special skills of General Practice.

The surgery is also a community teaching practice for King’s College London School of Medicine. With the supervision of our doctors and nurses, medical students learn to become good doctors and understand patient views about their care.

At times you may be asked to contribute to teaching, learning and assessment within medical education by having your consultation with the doctor video recorded. Any recording will only be undertaken with your written consent. Intimate physical examinations will not be recorded and the camera will be switched off on request. We thank you for your help, but recognise your right not to take part.

Forest Surgery is not a GP Training practice, but if you would like to find out more information on how we help medical students learn to become good doctors head over to our Swan Surgery page.