healthcare assistant, joining as a medical orderly

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  1. ok, i'm currently a healthcare assistant working towards my foundation degree, would this "help" with the medical role or are they totally different roles?

    sounds like a bit of a duff question i know, but as the navy doesn't have a HCA role in its nursing branch i was unsure of who does all them bits on the hospital ships and bases?

    thanks in advance
  2. I wouldnt know sorry :?
    Maybe if you phone up a Local AFCO??
    im sure they will have some infomation about it :) , or can find out for you :)
  3. Have you checked out the Medical Assistant (MA) role in the Medical pages of the RN Careers site?

    Angrydoc will be able to advise but having met quite a few in my time, this seems to be the most appropriate job.
  4. Useful post of the year so far?
  5. i did have a look at that, and its what i meant, but was trying to find out more of the long term role, is it closer to the army's CMT or a HCA? or a mix? thanks for the help
  6. janner

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    Could this be the new Chico???????

    mindenman could you choose a different Avatar please, that one is already in use and will confuse the old twats like Rummy and Jesse
  7. Thank Christ for that!

    Thought I was talking to myself.

    Again 8O :)
  8. as you asked so nice, done!
  9. MA is like a CMT role - the RN doesn't have HCAs.

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