The below categories represent the majority of Non-Medical / Non-Clinical staff and volunteer roles within the NHS.
Admin & Clerical
Admin and Clerical is the Non-Medical / Non-Clinical support system of the NHS.For more information, click here
Admin and Clerical provides a human touch in a processed-based role. Individuals and teams who work in this area must be proficient and well organised as amongst other important tasks, they are working with detailed records of patients and staff.
IT & Digital
IT and Digital is the Non-medical / Non-Clinical backbone of the NHS.For more information, click here
IT and Digital services create smooth systems and ensure that patient information is available in the right place, at the right time, for clinicians to deliver the right care. The department powers technology that gives clinicians new insights into illness and disease and provides solutions that make patient care better, while also improving the working lives of NHS staff.
Estates & Ancillary
Estates and Ancillary is the Non-Medical / Non-Clinical maintenance of the NHS.For more information, click here
Estates and Ancillary provides the essential delivery of all NHS services. Individuals and teams who work across this sector cover inside and outside repairs and maintenance of Hospitals and the grounds around them.
Corporate Services are the day to day Non-Medical / Non-Clinical functions of the NHS.For more information, click here
Corporate Services provides support to many areas of a Hospital, including internal and external Communications – the ‘voice’ of the NHS, and Business Services, which make sure finances are properly budgeted and spent wisely and that staff are recruited fairly and properly trained. Individuals and Teams who work across this area must directly support patients, staff, and organisations inside and outside the NHS.
Volunteer of The Year
Volunteering is the Non-Medical / Non-Clinical heart of the NHS.For more information, click here
Volunteers are vital to the continued running of the NHS and make a huge contribution to the health of the nation by giving their time, skills, and passion to support the NHS. Individuals who work in this much appreciated area cover all age ranges and skill sets, and support staff, patients, and the public.