FY1 and FY2 Teaching – Every Thursday afternoon 14:00 - 16:15
Please note: videoconferenced sessions may be available to either the QEQM or the WHH - communication will be sent via the site administrator.
This small comfy room is based on the 2nd Floor, 1937 building. The mess has lots of couches, tea and coffee, pool table and whatever food the mess shop has to offer for that week (provided you have paid your subscription fee - £10 per month, deductible from your salary). Large TV with subscription to Sky Sports is available and newspapers are delivered daily. Users are required to keep the mess tidy.
Each flat has 2 bathrooms, a kitchen and 3 bedrooms, of which each has its own lounge. There is also a common room which has a TV and sofas. The accommodation is on-site at The Orchards residences and a two-minute walk to all areas of the hospital. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for all enquiries and information on rooms or go to our accommodation website - http://www.ekhuft.nhs.uk/patients-and-visitors/work-here/working-with-us/accommodation/kent-and-canterbury/
All accommodation has built in Wi-Fi
All doctors are required to apply for hospital accommodation via email should they wish to live on-site - email@example.com
Canterbury is a beautiful historic city, with the main attraction being Canterbury Cathedral. It has a large student and tourist population, with a huge variety of attractions, restaurants, pubs and indoor and outdoor activities to suit all tastes and interests including Whitefriars shopping area, cinemas, theatres, river tours, nightclubs, wildlife parks, sports facilities including Kent County Cricket ground at the back of the Hospital. For more information visit http://www.canterbury.co.uk/
There is plenty to do in and around Canterbury in the evenings. As a city with two universities, Canterbury offers a lively night scene and a wealth of cultural activities and events. The Doctors’ Mess arranges regular nights out including quiz nights, meals and end of year ball.