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It’s A-level results day!!

It's A-level results day!

Today hundreds of thousands of young people will receive their A-level results. This year again, things will be different because of the pandemic. Students who would normally have taken their exams in May and June have had their results worked out in a new way.

Firstly – what an achievement. Whatever your results, you have studied for A-levels during the most challenging of times. A massive well done – you are amazing.

So, as you start to weigh up your options in terms of your next steps in your career, is it time to consider a career in NHS community health and care?

We’ve been through a collective time of uncertainty, but one thing we can be sure of is that the country and the NHS will always need nurses, healthcare assistants, OTs, physios, doctors and practitioners. Working in the NHS is a fulfilling and varied career – making it a strong choice for anyone considering their options at the moment.

Community health and care is a hugely rewarding and diverse part of the NHS and a great place to start a career in healthcare. Community is the foundation of NHS services: 90% of contacts between health professionals and patients occur in the community or in patient’s homes. It’s also one of the most popular with patients and is vital in supporting patients’ recovery from illness and leading efforts on preventative and wellness services.

NCH&C is holding a special career support session to help answer any questions people may have about applying for roles in the NHS and more specifically, why joining our community trust is a really great way to start a career in the NHS. We’d love to see you there!

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