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DSC01452A doctor's day at Musgrove Park Hospital will depend on whether he/she is a surgeon, radiologist, physician, obstetrician etc. It is usually a very full day for most doctors, with a mixture of ward rounds, outpatient clinics and often practical things such as endoscopies or operating.

In addition, we are part of the University of Bristol Medical School, and many of us have a very important role in the training and examining of medical students who now spend months at a time of their training here. Postgraduate and learning activities have always been a big part of a doctor's life at Musgrove.

Medical care offers such a rich variety of opportunities and types of work and most importantly that with an organisation of this size, there is an enormous opportunity to interact with such large numbers of colleagues from all the healthcare professions, not just doctors.

 Musgrove is a particularly good place to work, not only because of the obvious geographical advantages, but also because of its sufficient size which allows us to undertake a full range of even highly complex procedures and treatments. Combined, these enable us to attract and keep clinical staff of a very high profession.

To view our current vacancies:

You will see all of our current vacancies advertised on the NHS Jobs website click here to visit and search.You can also set up email alerts via the same link, so that you are automatically notified of any vacancies that match your search criteria.

Questions and Queries

If you have any questions or queries about the role of AHPs at Musgrove please do get in touch and we will be happy to answer them for you; simply complete the short online form by clicking here. Once we receive your form, someone will get in touch with you to talk things through in more detail.