AHP staff help prevent, diagnose and treat illness using their knowledge of science and their technical skills. They expertise helps save lives and improve patient care in a either supporting role, such as pathologists, or in direct contact with patients, for instance physiotherapists.
AHPs play in improving care for patients, streamlining services, and supporting NHS staff. As we move towards delivering more integrated health and care, closer to home and out of hospital, the role of AHPs has never been more important.
A career in the allied health professions makes you highly employable, allows you to help people every day and gives you the flexibility to live and work anywhere.