Allied Health Professional’s Day

Thursday 14th October is Allied Health Professionals Day, a time for healthcare specialists to come together and celebrate their hard work. AHPs are now the second largest healthcare workforce, who are continuing to grow within the NHS. Various events will take place across the country today to improve awareness of these particular roles, whether you

Read more

Jack’s running the London Marathon

In addition to our Locum Physiotherapist Jade, we have another member of staff running the London Marathon this year! Our Graphic Designer Jack Turner is taking part in the London Marathon on the 28th April to raise money for the Royal Air Force Association. A running enthusiast, this is Jack’s first time completing the London

Read more

London Marathon

Good luck to Jade Burghart, a locum physiotherapist with CRG Defence who is taking part in the London Marathon to raise money for The British Forces Foundation. Jade is a physiotherapist and has been working with the military for the last three years through CRG Defence. Jade ran her first marathon in 2017 and as she

Read more

Civilian Military Jobs: What’s on Offer and What Can You Expect?

When you think of a military career, the roles that come to mind are those of soldiers, fighter pilots, naval officers, and other combat-focused positions. These, however, aren’t the only roles available within the military. In fact, most roles within the Ministry of Defence (MOD) are based within barracks, which function as their own micro-societies.

Read more

5 Common Questions (and Answers) About Military Nurses

You may be forgiven for assuming that military nurses, like other types of nurses, are healthcare professionals who provide medical care to patients, but military nursing is a starkly different career with many different circumstances. On the face of it, the following questions may seem obvious to some, but to this day, military nursing is

Read more