6.2 million employees work with the nhs
Over 1.5 million.
NHSmail is a secure directory and e-mail service that is available for all NHS staff to use. There is no charge for using this service to NHS employees working in England and Scotland.
There are about 250,000 employees in the UK. It is the 2nd largest employer within the UK, NHS being the 1st.
There are 14 nhs in Scotland.
No. The NHS would have no legitimate use for this information.
One national park, namely Cuyahoga Valley NP. Six other area administered by the National Parks Service: Oliver Perry Victory NMe, William Taft NHS, Dayton Aviation NHS, Hopewell Culture NHS, First Ladies NHS, and James Garfield NHS.
The NHS Professional, which means National Health Service Professional, website offers many different services. It serves to give more information on NHS and what they do in England.
over a million
NHS email is the national email and directory service available to NHS staff in England and Scotland. The requirements to get an NHS email include being an employee working for NHS.
the NHS was introduced in 1948
No. The NHS was inaugurated in 1948
Please clarify your question! Did you mean how many people are employed by the NHS in Scotland ? If so then this is not the same as the number of people who actually work !!
There are 353 NHS hospitals in Britain.
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can you get tooth implants on the nhs?
The NHS is non-denominational.
The NHS is funded through taxation.
The NHS was founded by a man named Nigel Haywood-Smith. which is were the NHS gets its original initials from.
The NHS employs more than 1.7m people. Of those, just under half are clinically qualified, including, 39,409 general practitioners (GPs), 410,615 nurses, 18,450 ambulance staff and 103,912 hospital and community health service (HCHS) medical and dental staff.The NHS in England is the biggest part of the system by far, catering to a population of 52m and employing more than 1.4m people. The NHS in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland employ 155,312; 85,252 and 65,016 people respectively.Correct as of: 24/10/2011
The NHS of course! The NHS of course!
In the UK the tax payer pays for the NHS
The Future of the NHS was created in 2006.