Lauren Eason, Engagement Assistant
"I joined the NHS around two years ago and I would never look back!
"For me, it has always been important to work for an organisation where people are supported and encouraged to fulfil their potential, and this is what the NHS can do.
"Committed to offering employees learning and development opportunities, the NHS is a place where people are given every chance to progress in their roles and within the organisations they work for.
"No matter what area of the NHS you join, you will become part of a talented and committed team, who are passionate about making a difference; it’s like one big family, everyone strives for the same thing – to provide the best care and treatment to patients."
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