My name is David Peachey, and I am a GP at St Georges Medical Practice in West Bridgford, where I do six clinical sessions a week. I also teach Nottingham medical students on behalf of the Primary Care Education Unit and run the GP Assistant Spread and Adoption across the Midlands, which is about to enter it's second cohort, on behalf of NATH as a GP associate. 
My association with the Training Hub started the year after I qualified, in the form of a GP Fellowship, with the Rushcliffe Training Hub. This role has developed over the last 3 years, as has the structure and organisation of the Alliance of Training Hubs. What remains is the supportive and welcoming atmosphere that I believe everyone at NATH recognises. 
I never previously thought that I would have a role in Workforce development or the development of New Roles in Primary Care. However, I feel very lucky to have this responsibility and am passionate about making this role work for the individuals involved, the practices who are keen to develop the role and all the others giving their time to help improve the workplace for Primary Care colleagues across Nottinghamshire and the Midlands. If the GP Assistant course is something you wish to learn more about, please get in touch and happy to discuss. 
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