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    Medical care doesn’t get more hands on, or exciting, than this.


    From intensive care to theatre nursing, burns and plastic surgery to radiation medicine, being in the Royal Navy’s medical branch is one of the most exciting ways you could practise medicine. You’ll carry out your job in extraordinary circumstances all over the world, and you’ll learn things you couldn’t learn any other way.

    Your medical skills will have a direct impact on your colleagues’ morale and the Royal Navy’s overall fighting effectiveness; whether on shore, or on board our ships and submarines. So if you relish a challenge and a rewarding job, and have a bright, positive attitude, this is one of the most satisfying jobs you could do in the Royal Navy

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