Advanced paramedics offer a high level of clinical skills and leadership to help patients and support colleagues.
Our PTS ambulance care assistants support and care for those who need help getting to and from healthcare appointments.
We’re committed to the development of apprentices and we’re proud to have successfully registered with the Education Skills Funding Agency as an apprenticeship employer-provider.
You’ll find a range of clinical roles in the hub; nurses, paramedics, pharmacists and mental health nurses are all part of the team.
Consultant paramedics are highly specialist paramedics who have a very high level of clinical knowledge and skill, often in a core area or subject such as research or education.
Behind the scenes there's a whole host of people that make the work we do on the frontline possible.
Our 999 call handlers are the first point of contact for patients who've found themselves in an emergency situation.
MERIT doctors provide advanced medical advice in the event of a mass casualty or major incident in the North West
NHS 111 clinical advisors are responsible for the assessment of the health and clinical needs of a 111 patient.
As the first point of contact for 111 patients, our health advisors help patients and families looking for healthcare advice.
Using their clinical judgement, 111 senior clinical advisors provide advice or signpost patients to appropriate care.
The role of the SPTL is the first step on a clinical career ladder that could take you all the way to consultant level.
Urgent care practitioners provide face-to-face or remote clinical assessment for patients and decision making support for clinicians