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13 days ago

Chief Executive

UK National Health Service Wakefield, England

Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS) serves over 5 million people in the Yorkshire region covering an urban and rural area of almost 6,000 square miles… UK National Health Service


13 days ago

Occupational Therapist Band 5

UK National Health Service Wakefield, England

MDT working is essential as well as a flexible approach to meet the challenges with working in a fast paced environment. To support this you would be… UK National Health Service


5 days ago

Staff Nurse (XR05)

UK National Health Service Leeds, England

The successful applicant will be working in foot clinic assisting with the co-ordination of clinic, performing dressings and ensuring safe admission… UK National Health Service


5 days ago

Clinical Trials Technician (XR05)

UK National Health Service Leeds, England

You will co-ordinate the set up of study documentation such as trial specific prescriptions, logs and dispensing SOPs. You will also be responsible… UK National Health Service


10 days ago

Advanced Radiographer Practitioner (XR07)

UK National Health Service Leeds, England

Leeds Wakefield Breast Screening Service has two mobile mammography units and four static sites at St.Jamess University Hospital - Leeds, King Street… UK National Health Service


23 hrs ago

Consultant in Paediatric Haematology – new

UK National Health Service Leeds, England

All of Leeds tertiary paediatric services are based at the Leeds Childrens Hospital, which is located within Leeds General Infirmary in Leeds city… UK National Health Service


13 days ago

Nurse Specialist - Team Manager (XR07)

UK National Health Service Leeds, England

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced nurse to join our Neuroendocrine tumour team at Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust (LTHT) through a… UK National Health Service


13 days ago

Clinical fellow in Hepatology and Liver Transplantation - LAS

UK National Health Service Leeds, England

The Leeds Liver Unit provides specialised services covering much of the North of England including liver transplantation, acute liver failure… UK National Health Service


13 days ago

Salaried GP

UK National Health Service Leeds, England

• Competitive salary dependant on experience plus defence union fees and GMC. • GP Teaching practice-working towards being a training… UK National Health Service


5 days ago

Community Nurse (applicable to student nurses in final year of study)

UK National Health Service Leeds, England

Our vision is to provide the best possible care in every community in Leeds and we pride ourselves on the quality of our care. We want to make sure… UK National Health Service


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    Current Employee - Medical Personal Assistant in London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Medical Personal Assistant in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at UK National Health Service full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    I am in a medical PA role in the NHS. If you are hardworking, efficient, patient focussed and caring this is a very rewarding job. Even today there is still good security of employment, great annual leave allowances, parental leave and generous sick leave, along with an excellent pension scheme, in all very good terms and conditions. I would also struggle to find a PA role in another industry matching the salary You are left to get your work done without being "watched over" by management. Working in a large hospital along so many different specialisms and colleagues is interesting.

    Cons

    Sometimes patients can be rude, I guess like customers anywhere. They can also be anxious, upset and distressed, understandably, and you can be left to deal with things on your own; sometimes you can feel a little isolated. If you are not dedicated it can be difficult to get the job done competently, as the work load does tend to be large. It is the norm to work through breaks, come to work earlier than the start of the shift, etc, but if you are dedicated to patient care and your team it is worth it.

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