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Work closely with patients, often on a one-to-one basis providing treatment and helping with rehabilitation.
May be part of an emergency response crew, handle 999 calls in a control room, or provide vital non-emergency transport for patients.
Manage information and communications technology to support the running of the NHS.
Scientists and technicians help to prevent, diagnose and treat illness using scientific knowledge and technical skills.
Contribute to the planning, the quality and quantity of future patient care.
Diagnose, care and treat illnesses, infections, diseases and the well being of people.
Nurses provide care for patients supporting treatment, recovery and promoting good health; midwives provide care, advice and planning for women and their families during and after pregnancy.
Members of our wider healthcare team design, construct and maintain NHS buildings, run the catering, supply the linen, clean the wards, book the appointments and much more.
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