Meet some of the people who are part of the Army’s ‘life support machine'
A former dancer, postman, and student are just some of the people who work in Army Medical Services - the Army’s ‘life support machine’.
All decided a career in medicine was for them and their Army and medical training has given them the confidence and knowledge to meet any challenge thrown at them in a range of environments under all manner of conditions.
The trio are part of a 500-strong tri-service medical team currently working with the NHS staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) Birmingham.
Published: 16 Feb 2024