Nursing and Midwifery stories

Find out what it’s really like to work for the NHS in Wales from the people who already do.

Jessica Bason
A community midwife who loves providing person centred care.

Christine Grand
Christine combined her passion for women’s rights with her desire to work in a caring profession to become a midwife. 

Charlotte Pritchard
Developing from Health Care Support Worker to Band 6 with the flexibility that enables a great work-life balance

Richard Desir
Transforming the Nursing Workforce in Wales 

Rachael Labourne
A fantastic support system in rural Wales

Jade Silver
Rewarding career with endless opportunities

Shirley Clancy
The ability to retire and return to nursing in Wales

Kirsty Pomeroy
The freedom of choice

Luke Pybus
Film Graduate turned Mental Health Nurse

Dean Wood
Making the change in career from coal mining to minor injuries

Sharon Fernandez
Swapping Essex commutes for the Brecon Beacons

Marcial and Maria Arevalo
Filipinos with Welsh Hearts

Melanie Davies
A fulfilling career in Wales

Laura Wyatt
Endless career opportunities

Jennie Palmer
A great work-life balance

Majallel Lorin
Destination Wales

Emma McGowan
Brecon-based nurse developing her career whilst balancing her family life

Arniel Hernando
Nurse who qualified in his native Philippines chooses Wales as his place to work and live

Sian Thomas
A very rewarding career

Olwen Morgan
Proud of her 30-year career as a Wales-based nurse

Nursing and Midwifery

As a nurse in Wales, you’ll get chance to continue the traditions of the NHS in the country of its birth, and influence the future of nursing.