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Bay Health & Care Partners is a collaboration of Health and Care organisations in the South Cumbria and North Lancashire area. We have a variety of job vacancies available in clinical and non-clinical roles for all skills, qualifications and interests. For information regarding apprenticeships, and vacancies across our five NHS Trusts, please visit https://nhscareersnw.co.uk/.
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Careers in Health & Care
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Our Staff Stories
Martin Schofield - Respiratory Nurse
When did you first start working in healthcare and where did you do your training?
I began my nurse training in 1993 in Harrogate in Yorkshire. I worked in Manchester and Southport. In 1999 I joined Furness General Hospital. I worked in the Emergency Department for several years then left in 2010 to work in the Community. I then came back to Furness General Hospital in 2015. It is a really great place to work!
Ashutosh Kale - Consultant Paediatrician
What was it that made you want to go into the profession you’re in now?
My father was a doctor and my role model as a child, and that’s why I followed in his footsteps. I like to help and treat children and hence I became a paediatrician.
Debbie Collins - Ward Manager
What do you enjoy most about your career?
I would have to say that the overall team atmosphere is one of the things that I love the most It is such a dynamic environment and by working here there is a real opportunity to actually have an impact on the quality of care in the area, which is something that I am really proud of being part of.