I live near a teaching hospital and go their clinic because it has excellent hours. I like the student docs - they have a lot of new information that older doctors don't - and they are always overseen by more experienced physicians.
I can tell when the interns are really new to the clinic practice; sometimes it will take them a very long time to perform a basic exam and they will struggle to come up with a diagnosis even when I walk in basically telling them what the diagnosis is (pretty much every visit is for asthma).
Some doctors definitely have people skills off the bat and others you can see them mentally turning the pages on their text books as they are speaking to you.
It's hard to translate all book learning into an actual patient experience.