Peterborough City Hospital named as the top training unit in the country for Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

Obs and Gynae award winning team
Obs and Gynae award winning team

Peterborough City Hospital has been named as the top training unit in the country for its overall performance in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

This is the fifth year that the hospital has consistently been highly commended following the release of the Annual General Medical Council (GMC) Survey.

The survey is completed by all doctors in training and is a self-assessment of their training, overall experience and professional development. The team at Peterborough City consists of 10 registrars, 2 SHOs,15 consultants and a rota coordinator, who all work together to personalise each trainee doctors educational needs. 

Dr Rebecca McKay, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at Peterborough City Hospital, said: “I am incredibly proud of how well our team have worked together to provide the high standard of support and training for our junior doctors.

“Our team are approachable and work really hard to ensure that good pastoral care and support is available for them. We view training as something that we do during every session and this is embedded in our service and reflected in these results.

“We have consistently been named as the top training hospital in the region, so it is a huge achievement to be named top in the whole country.”