The General Medical Council has said it had generally found "good" levels of tuition over a three-month period across the capital's five medical schools and 10 university hospitals, after a report revealed that Charing Cross hospital had used operating theatres were turned into makeshift wards.
The GMC praised the following hospitals:
- Croydon University Hospital as “outstanding”
- St George’s University of London “much to be positive”
- Royal Free in Hampstead “highly committed to education”
The GMC raised concerns about:
- Northwick Park hospital in Harrow had “significant patient safety concerns”.
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