Four junior doctors have taken the final part of the dreaded MRCP exam – successfully passing this postgraduate examination to become Members of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP).
Harsharan Bansal, Munir Khan, Ashok Chabra and Matthew McWilliam are trainee doctors from QEQM who sat the MRCPPACES (Practical Assessment of Clinical Examination Skills) recently. They took this difficult exam as part of their training and development to become postgraduate clinicians. This will now lead to their progress in training as specialists in relevant fields in various branches of medicine of their choice.
Dr Kumar Rudra, Consultant Physician and College Tutor for QEQM said: “I cannot tell you how delighted I felt when I heard about this fantastic and most joyous news of our trainees’ success in passing the most prestigious postgraduate medical exam, MRCP. Harsharan, Munir, Ashok and Matthew have all worked very hard in preparing for this, which has clearly paid off. We are so proud of them at QEQM!”
Congratulations to the four brand new Members of the Royal College of Physicians!