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Biomedical Science graduate talks about her NHS career

After graduating from the University of Central Lancashire in 2019 with a BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science, Ammarah’s career within the NHS has gone from strength to strength. She’s currently working as a Service Improvement Facilitator within the Therapies Directorate on a 12-month secondment from the Clinical Audit Department.

With a great appreciation for science, Ammarah chose to study on UCLan’s Biomedical Science course. She said: “The Biomedical Science course at UCLan provided hands-on experience. I was interested in the ongoing research and developments into medicine for which this course gave me a more comprehensive understanding.”

The first step of Ammarah’s NHS journey started during her time at University. She developed a greater interest for the healthcare system and decided to join the NHS.

Ammarah Suba, Biomedical Science graduate at her graduation ceremony
Ammarah Suba, Biomedical Science graduate at her graduation ceremony

"The Biomedical Science course at UCLan provided hands-on experience. I was interested in the ongoing research and developments into medicine for which this course gave me a more comprehensive understanding."

Ammarah Suba, Biomedical Science graduate

Currently, Ammarah is working as a Service Improvement Facilitator for Therapies in the NHS at ELHT, where her passion for improvement led her to this role. Ammarah engages with executive directors, clinicians, operational and business managers to present performance work and reports to a wide variety of stakeholders.

She said: “I take pleasure in carrying out my role as each day presents a different challenge. I am completing the PRINCE2 Foundations and Practitioner course to allow me to successfully project manage pathway redesign and service improvement projects within the directorate.”