Professional Support and Social Activities

South Tees has a social and supportive clinical community.

New Clinicians Group – Primary and Secondary Care

Please come along and meet other new(ish) colleagues to build strong bonds and forge lasting relationships. We usually meet on an evening.

Entry criteria? – If you feel ‘new’ you probably are.

Anyone who has taken up post in the last 7-10yrs or so is encouraged to come along – but those even older-in-the-tooth will not be turned away.

If you’d like to come along contact STCCG.Integration@nhs.net . This is not an NHS funded event.

Next meeting of the New Clinicians Group:

Date TBC

Please continue to send suggestions of other topics. Contact STCCG.Integration@nhs.net for info.

Previous meeting of the New Clinicians Group:

Wednesday 3rd May 7pm, Dr Mike Fenwick from the A&E Team attended to discuss frailty issues.

Tuesday 7th March – 7pm

Discussed prescribing issues between primary and secondary care.

Please continue to send suggestions of other topics. Contact STCCG.Integration@nhs.net for info.

Rambling Medics

Every month or so colleagues from primary and secondary care get together at the weekend to walk somewhere out in the beautiful North. Partners, friends and families welcome. These are not NHS funded events.

If you’d like to come along contact STCCG.Integration@nhs.net

Next Rambling Medics Walk:

Date TBC

Please continue to send suggestions of other topics. Contact STCCG.Integration@nhs.net for info.

 

Previous Rambling Medics Walks:

Sunday 2nd April – 2pm- North Yorkshire Moors 

Sunday 30th April- 2pm-  Newton-Under-Roseberry

Sunday 26th February – 2pm

This was a local walk.  Contact STCCG.Integration@nhs.net for info.

Social Events

Sunday 18th June  – Consultants vs GPs annual cricket showdown  Contact STCCG.Integration@nhs.net for info.

We have a number of gets together throughout the year where colleagues from GP practices and the Foundation Trusts can get to know each other better. These are not NHS funded events.

For more details and to let us know if you’d like to come along contact STCCG.Integration@nhs.net