Adult nurses are expert members of a medical team. They plan and deliver vital treatment for a wide range of patients with different needs and conditions.
Children’s nurses work as part of a supportive and inspiring team to provide young patients and their families with the vital care and compassion they need.
Learning disability nurse
Learning disability nurses support people with learning disabilities, developing important relationships with their patients and helping them to lead fulfilling lives.
Mental health nurse
Mental health nurses build trusting relationships with their patients and provide vital support to people experiencing mental health problems, so they can lead happy and healthy lives.
Diagnostic radiographers use state-of-the-art technology to diagnose patients and make sure they receive the right treatment to help them on their road to recovery.
Therapeutic radiographers play a crucial part in fighting cancer and supporting patients on their road to recovery.
Occupational therapists empower people to overcome the difficulties they face with living independently. They improve the quality of life for people living with disabilities, illnesses, traumas, ageing, and long-term conditions.
Orthoptists help improve the quality of people’s lives by treating eye disorders and spotting serious neurological conditions.
As the first responders to medical emergency situations, paramedics head into the unknown to save lives and help those in need of urgent medical care.
Physiotherapists help people regain their independence, by relieving physical difficulties and improving mobility with exercise and other techniques.
Podiatrists help people live more comfortably by providing treatment and care for foot and leg problems.
Prosthetist and orthotist
Prosthetists and orthotists use the latest technology to transform the lives of patients who need prosthetics or aids. They empower people to move, run, walk or simply stand independently.
Speech and language therapist
Speech and language therapists play a crucial role in enabling people to communicate – enhancing people's lives and transforming their relationships.
The role of the midwife is to provide skilled, knowledgeable, respectful, and compassionate care for all women, newborn infants and their families. Midwives work across the continuum from pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, labour and birth, postpartum, and the early weeks of newborn infants’ life.