Adult Nurses specifically care for adults with a wide variety of medical conditions and illnesses with the intention to improve one's quality of life.
Care Managers are responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day running of residential care homes. From budgeting to ensuring National Care Standards are met.
Clinical Psychologists help clients deal with a wide range of mental and physical health problems through a mixture of observation, psychological therapies and procedures.
Community Pharmacists are responsible for dispensing medicine to people who really need it. They also play a big part in developing clinical services.
Dentists prevent and treat problems affecting the mouth and teeth, including dental and oral diseases.
Diagnostic Radiographers use hi-tech equipment such as x-rays and ultrasound machines to produce images of the inside of a patient’s body, to diagnose and treat medical conditions.
Early Years Teachers help nurture children aged between 3-5 years in their development of basic learning, social and communication skills.
General Practice Doctors treat common medical conditions, by combining physical, psychological and social aspects of care, usually within the local community.
Hospital Doctors act on what’s best for patients, diagnosing and treating illness and disease.
Hospital Pharmacists are given the big responsibility to dispense medicines within the hospital environment. They also play a part in the purchasing and quality testing of medicines.
Midwives provide care and support for women and their babies during pregnancy, childbirth and after.
Nurse Practitioners examine and diagnose patients and decide on treatments and care plans independently.
Occupational Therapists helps adults and children overcome mental, physical and social disabilities, to lead full and independent lives with more confidence.
Paramedics provide medical care and diagnoses to people who have been involved in accidents or emergencies, who need the attention immediately.
Physiotherapists use a wide range of proven physical techniques and therapies to help patients with physical difficulties.
Social Workers help and support vulnerable adults and children, to safeguard them from harm and improve their health and well-being.
Therapeutic Radiographers targets cancer and tumours using high doses of radiation, whilst trying to minimise the dosage effecting surrounding healthy tissues
Veterinary Surgeons live life to ensure that domestic pets, farm and even zoo animals sustain good health and welfare.