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Find out more about life before the NHS, the creation and where it is today.
The NHS is mainly funded through general tax and supplemented by National Insurance contributions (NICs). Here’s a breakdown, the Spending Review process and how spend differs across the UK.
There are more than 350 different NHS careers; here’s a general outline of what some of these roles look like.
Each day, thousands of people visit GP practices and A&E departments across the UK. But how many hospitals are there? And which are the best performing hospitals?
Find out more about the NHS benefits package, including the NHS pension scheme, NHS salaries, NHS employment policies, NHS discounts & more…
Read the NHS statistics on patient activity and cost of treatment.
The NHS is a service that is free at the point of access, however there are some circumstances in which you may have to pay or where the treatment you want or need is not available through the NHS.
Nursing salaries in the UK are determined by the NHS banding system, agenda for change and the NHS New Pay Deal.
Find out the standard working hours of an NHS employee, what Agenda for Change is responsible for and more about the Improving Working Lives initiative?
Once you have a degree, you’ll likely need a minimum of six months of experience (within the last two years) before you’ll be considered for a UK nursing role.