Emily is currently working as a Health Care Scientist at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, helping to make a difference to peoples’ lives. She started her healthcare journey in Nottingham, providing support and care to those who need help. In her free time, Emily enjoys keeping fit and healthy at the gym with her friends and reading.  

 

Trust Name: Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Staff Group: Health Care Scientist

Years working for NHS: 6-10

Years working for NHS Professionals: less than 1 year

 

 

Why do you love working for the NHS?

I love feeling like I am helping people and making a difference.

 

How does flexible working make a difference to your life?

Flexible working allows me to do extra shifts in a different department to my own. It means I can maintain my skill in an area I have been trained but do not routinely perform in my full time NHS position.

 

What has been your proudest moment working for the NHS?

I feel my proudest moments working for the NHS are when I receive positive feedback on the service I have provided especially if that procedure was performed ina challenging situation. Also, the feeling of accomplishment when I have mastered a new procedure.

 

Did you always want to work in healthcare?

I originally trained in Nottingham and have always wanted to help people and work in the healthcare setting. I have recently changed trusts to be closer to family.

 

Tell us about your life outside of the hospital. Do you have any hobbies or interests?

I enjoy going to gym classes with my friends, seeing my family and reading. I also like to find new adrenaline activities that I have not done before.

 

You can take 3 items with you when stranded on a desert island, what do you take?

Item #1 My partner so I am not lonely

Item #2 Kindle for entertainment

Item #3 pillow for comfort

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