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Spinal Injuries Centre in Aylesbury holds open day

Stoke Mandeville Hospital - National Spinal Injuries Centre

6:36am 14th September 2017

If you have ever wanted to be a medical professional, the National Spinal Injuries Centre at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Aylesbury is holding an open day this afternoon.

You can meet the team, look around their exhibition and hear from patients who have been helped by the centre.

The staff there are made up of a large multi disciplinary team including dedicated nurses, healthcare assistants, clinical psychologists, case managers, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, doctors and administrators. 

There are a range of careers on offer in which you can support the centre’s vital work and candidates will be welcomed from a variety of backgrounds.

Elizabeth Cole, matron at the NSIC, said:

“On the day you can meet with the team, look around our exhibition and listen to patient stories from injury to independence. You can find out more about what careers we can offer or simply come and visit us to find out more about the work we do.” 

The open day is today (14/09) from 4-7pm.

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