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Ambulance Officers, Emergency service and rescue officials and paramedics are often the first responders at an accident or medical emergency scene. Their role is to stabilise patients and provide immediate, stabilising emergency care  (from basic first aid to highly specialised treatment) on-site for patients or victims and ensure their safe and fast transport to medical facilities for further care. 
The role of a Clinic Manager is to plan, coordinate, direct and evaluate provision of specialised health services in a clinics. 
Becoming a community worker means that you’ll be involved in community development initiatives and solutions within a community to address needs and various issues.  This could be with regards to health, housing, employment, recreation and other social services matters.
Dental technicians use moulds, models, and images of patients to help dentists build oral devices like dentures and partial bridges, as well as specialized orthodontic insertions to help patients' teeth. 
A dialysis technician is trained to set up and operate a hemodialysis machine to provide dialysis treatment. Dialysis treatment is administered to patients with kidney or renal failure.   Your job would also entail preparing the patients physically for their treatment as well as explaining what you are about to do. You will also be required to ensure patient safety and that equipment is operating properly during the treatment.
Health and Safety Managers develop and coordinate safety and health systems and strategies for organisations and identify workplace hazards and risks to employees. 
An information manager is responsible for planning, developing, implementing and managing health information services such as patient information systems, and clinical and administrative data to meet the medical, legal, ethical and administrative requirements of health care delivery. 
Medical laboratory technicians are highly skilled and perform routine medical laboratory tests by operating diagnostic laboratory equipment. In this profession, you’ll perform clinical laboratory tests on patient samples (for example blood, urine, mucous etc) which are absolutely vital tools for diagnosing patients and preventing disease. 
This career is sometimes also called a Critical Care Technologist. Your primary duties would focus on making sure the equipment and technology needed to support organ function and maintain life is working and being used correctly.  Your skills and knowledge of technology and physiology are combined with patient care.

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