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Position: Graduate Physiotherapist Location: Bromley Salary £26,000 per annum I have an exciting position for a Physiotherapist to work on a full time, permanent basis. In this role you will
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Healthcare is a huge sector, and one of our most essential – hospitals, GPs, dental surgeries, outpatient facilities and all types of clinics that see patients fall into its extremely wide remit. Those working in the sector perform open heart surgery, ensure that new babies are brought into the world safely, and prescribe the drugs that keep us alive, amongst a myriad of other things. For this level of responsibility, the industry requires the best and most dedicated graduates.
Nurses and doctors might work in hospitals, advising and facilitating care in departments including maternity, Accident & Emergency, oncology, paediatrics, mental health or Intensive Care. There are four nursing specialisms in the UK: adult, child, mental health and learning disability. High level doctors might work as surgeons, operating on patients in theatre, or as consultants in specific departments. Others might work in General Practitioner (GP) surgeries, dealing with non-urgent and non-life threatening conditions.
Dentists perform a vital role in society by improving community health. There are around 21,000 dentists currently practising in the UK, but there is a shortage of NHS dentists, meaning they are in high demand. A dentist's office also employs people other than dentists, like administrators, dental nurses and dental hygienists.
Of course, you have a choice of whether you work in the public or private sector, providing care to the general public in a busy hospital or surgery or to fewer patients in a smaller or more specialist facility. If you work in healthcare for the Public Sector you’ll work for the National Health Service (NHS).
Working in veterinary science, you could be working across the spectrum of the animal kingdom, from household pets to farm or zoo animals. You are likely to work in a veterinary practice, with some vets securing jobs in zoos or even in the wild. The range of functions for those working at a veterinary surgery includes veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses, and assistants.