Allied Health at University Hospitals Bristol

At UH Bristol, we always put the patient first. Our diverse team of Allied Health Professionals help us provide patients with the most personal and effective care, both within the hospital setting and during outpatient treatment, so that no patient is left without the appropriate treatment.

Why choose us?

Supported development

We provide regular in-service training to keep you on top of your game. We’re proud of our development opportunities, with experienced practitioners offering supervision for Band 3s and Band 4s as well as for students.

Space to progress

We’re always encouraging our staff to take on CPD courses and opportunities for research, providing study leave and supported learning, so that your career never stops growing.

Variety and learning

As one of the largest teaching hospitals in the region, we are well equipped to offer a varied and interesting career with endless development opportunities, in areas including: Adults, Paediatrics, Oncology and Cardiology.

The best equipment and progressive techniques

We are proud to offer top of the range equipment within our Trust with the ability to carry out a range of specialist procedures.

Work in a Trust rated Outstanding by the CQC

We provide high quality, holistic and therapeutic treatments with the aim of minimising the impact of short and long-term health conditions. Our radiology department is modern and well-equipped, offering a complete range of radiological examinations and procedures including 24-hour cover for inpatients and the Emergency Department.

For opportunities to work in multiple areas

At UH Bristol we offer our therapy staff the opportunity to rotate through a variety of teams including specialist areas such as Cystic Fibrosis, Oncology and Rheumatology, so you’re always learning something new.

We also have opportunities for our Allied Health Professional staff to work in the Children’s hospital and St Michael’s hospital. We want to encourage people to develop and rotate through some of the specialities that fall under the Women’s & Children’s divisions.

Our People

  • Rising star
    Simon
    Radiographer

    Simon was looking for an opportunity to further his career. Joining University Hospitals Bristol in 2005 gave him a new sense of purpose.

  • Rising stars
    Tim
    Sonographer

    Rising Star Tim has worked at University Hospitals Bristol for 10 years, but his role within the hospital has done anything but stay the same.

  • Kate
    Kate
    Physiotherapist

    Starting out as a Support Worker, Kate has just completed her 7 year journey to becoming a qualified Band 6 Physiotherapist.

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