Biomedical Scientist

Biomedical science is practised in healthcare laboratories to identify, research, monitor and treat diseases. As one of the broadest areas of modern science, it focuses on the complexity of the human body and underpins much of modern medicine.

Biomedical scientists and laboratory staff analyse fluids and tissue samples from patients, identifying diseases and providing reports that highlight the effectiveness of potential treatments. In the UK alone, healthcare laboratories are involved in over 70% of diagnoses in the NHS and handle hundreds of millions of patient samples every year.

What's it like to work at the Royal Devon?

What's it like to work at the Royal Devon?

When you join us as a Biomedical Scientist you will work in either blood sciences, infection sciences or cellular sciences. Our state-of-the-art facilities include United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) accredited medical laboratories, providing tertiary referral services to NHS trusts and healthcare providers across the UK and worldwide, generating over 50,000 results daily.

Our vision is to employ the best people, use innovative technology in the newest facilities, and build on our excellent scientific and clinical base to become a leader within the pathology community.

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Becoming a Biomedical Scientist at the Royal Devon

Your bespoke learning journey

Your bespoke learning journey

If you’re looking for a career and not just a job, the Royal Devon is the perfect place for you. We have an established track record for bright and impassioned individuals, so all you’ll need to do is bring your best and we’ll take care of the rest. In return, we’ll welcome you into the fold with learning and development opportunities and a package of support, benefits and guidance to enhance your wellbeing and transform your skillset.

You’ll be part of a friendly team of professionals dedicated to providing excellent services to our patients. Guided by senior members of the team and collaborating with all kinds of different specialties, you’ll progress along your chosen career pathway with the help of your Personal Development Plan. This will drive your learning and identify a plethora of opportunities to build skills including IT, clinical, leadership, coaching and mentoring. It’s also a great way to achieve diplomas, T-Levels, and apprenticeships across a variety of levels.

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Last updated: March 08, 2024.

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