Biomedical Scientist

Army

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As a Biomedical Scientist in the Royal Army Medical Corps, you’ll play a vital role in
diagnosing diseases by testing blood samples, using a wide variety of pathology and
microbiology techniques.

You’ll work alongside Medical Officers in military and selected NHS hospital laboratories.
Although you are based largely in the UK during your career, you also get the chance to go
on operational tours with units around the world.

After basic army training, where you learn essential combat and survival skills, you
undertake a biomedical science course. You’ll study subjects such as haematology and
medical laboratory science. You’ll then be eligible to enter a Biomedical Science BSc (Hons)
degree course.

You develop a deep understanding of biomedical sciences. You also learn specialist skills
in the detailed science of diagnosis and pathology in order to identify diseases that might
be affecting soldiers or civilians. You gain experience in the core disciplines of clinical
chemistry, clinical haematology, transfusion science and medical microbiology.

If you can bring discipline and determination to your role, you will enjoy a highly rewarding
career within the Army – and one that makes you highly sought after beyond it.

Apply Now for a great opportunity with The British Army!!!

 

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