Chief Medical Officer [CMO]
|Current Chief Medical Officers|
|CMO. Jeffrey||CMO. Louie Austino||CMO. Phoenix|
The Chief Medical Officer`s job is to monitor the daily running of the National Health Service their involvement makes sure of a smooth operation.
|CST. Roger Smith
|CST. Maverick Delta
CST. James Johnson
|CST. Joe Cracker
Consultants are the back bone of the National Health Service handling all the administrative work, their job ensures the efficient running of all the Departments (NHS Air Rescue, NHS Road Incident Responder, NHS Application Team, NHS Training Department) The CST`s achieve this by dividing the work load which is done by appointing Heads and Deputies, such roles are given out by the Chief medical officers. Consultants deal with internal issues within the Faction. When a CST resigns they join the senior department where they will stay a doctor unless they return to be a CST.
Doctors can also join both NHS Air Rescue, NHS Road Incident Responder and can join NHS Application Team or NHS Training Department (MTO). Doctors also have to complete 2 hours a month to sustain their Rank as they get perks when there're off-duty. An off-duty doctor can use the defibrillator on patients once any on-duty medics are more than 1 KM (1 click) away and they also buy the defibrillators at a 50% discount from the hospital.
Surgeons can join both NHS Air Rescue, NHS Road Incident Responder and can join NHS Application Team or NHS Training Department (MTO). Surgeons have to complete 2 hours a month to sustain their Rank as they get perks when there're off-duty. An off-duty Surgeon can use the defibrillator on patients once any on-duty medics are more than 1 KM (1 click) away.
Paramedics can join departments (NHS Air Rescue, NHS Road Incident Responder, NHS Application Team, NHS Training Department(MTO) ) they can join Air rescue or Road incident responder not both at the same time and they can join the Application team and the MTOs but again not both. Paramedics also get access to the PO-30 Orca and lead a Air rescue patrol by themselves. Paramedics can spend many of their hours in the orca.
First Aider [FA]
First Aider is the rank where Medics experience their first sense of freedom. First Aiders can patrol on their own at any time without the need of another medic to patrol with and get access to the SUV. Many First Aiders choose to patrol alone as they enjoy the independence.
Student is the first Rank on your National Health Service career, you can achieve this by going through the NHS Recruitment Process. There are Two Types of student: pardoned and Full. Pardoned Students can only patrol with Paramedic and above and cannot patrol on their own whereas Full Students can patrol with any NHS member and when there are none on the island they are permitted to patrol by themselves in either the hatchback or the Van (Ambulance).