Internal Medicine

GMC National Trainee Survey – in 2016, Wales was rated the highest region across the UK for trainee satisfaction.  That’s the top region for all of the UK!   We also have two training sites ranked in the top 10, for overall satisfaction ‘green flags’ and no training sites in the bottom 10. 

Contact email: School Manager, Mrs Hilary Williams at 

IMT is the primary stage of training for Medicine and the entry point for those trainees who wish to follow a career in the medical specialties such as cardiology, dermatology, gastroenterology, etc. Rotations will give trainees much varied experience of, and exposure to, a range of medical specialties, the workings of differently-sized and structured hospitals and Health Boards; as well as the chance to work with and for a much greater variety of colleagues and patients from different backgrounds and with disparate levels of experience; in addition to the opportunity to become much more involved in medical teaching and training.

We offer our IMT trainees free PACES courses as well as a stuctured teaching programme, in line with the national curriculum. Trainees also retain the same Educational Supervisor throuough their three year programme. 

Wales Deanery Trainee BEST Awards 2018 - Congratulations to Dr Holly Morgan, our CT2, who has won Outstanding Contribution to the Training Progamme category and also Overall BEST Trainee in Wales.  Well done Holly.

Free PACES courses

Wales offers all IMT trainees a free "How not to fail PACES" course. Eligibility for the course, MRCP Part I. This is a weekend course with PACES examiners and real patients. The setting is exactly the same as a PACES exam sitting and performance feedback is given to all particiapnts. Bookings are made in advance and catering is provided for the entire weekend. Invitations will be sent out as and when dates are confirmed.

The next PACES date is: 7th & 8th September 2019 at Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr (Caerphilly)

We also offer FREE IMPACT courses to our trainees.  The next IMPACT course is: 29th & 30th October 2019 at University Hospital of wales, Cardiff


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