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Dr Alex George quitting A&E to train as GP

OHMYGOSSIP — Dr. Alex George is leaving his job as an A&E doctor to train to be a General Practitioner (GP).
The former ‘Love Island’ star took to Instagram to reveal he is to depart the Emergency Department at Lewisham Hospital, and next summer he will embark on a new chapter in his career.
He wrote: “CAREER UPDATE: I am leaving A&E! I have had the most incredible five years in the Emergency Department but it’s nearly time for me to move on. It won’t be easy but next summer I will be starting a fresh chapter. I am embarking on a new career within the medical field and am excited to have you all on this journey with me. All is explained on my YouTube channel (sic)”
The 30-year-old medic admitted he “ummed and ahed” for two yearsover the decision to train as a GP, and he will have to sit an exam in January before he can begin his training.
Speaking on his YouTube channel, he said: “I’ve ummed and ahed over this decision for about two years.
“It has been a difficult decision and it won’t be easy to leave Lewisham.
“But I think GP training is the right route.”
What’s more, Alex will not leave A&E completely, admitting he plans to still do a day a week in the Emergency Department.
He added: “I won’t be leaving A&E completely. Once I’ve got my CCT, completion of training, for GP I’m planning to do a day of week back in A&E anyway.”

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