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225 Medical Regiment

225 (Scottish) Medical Regiment is an Army Reserve medical unit located in Scotland, which offers exciting part-time opportunities for many health care professionals and those who are interested in gaining and enhancing medical skills.

The Regimental Headquarters is based in Dundee and the medical squadrons are situated in Scotland at the locations shown below.

  • 153 Medical Squadron and 174 Support Squadron - Dundee
  • 154 Medical Squadron - Stirling
  • 152 Medical Squadron - Glenrothes
225 Medical Regiment

The unit specialises in providing the very highest standards of emergency medicine and healthcare for soldiers on operations, with additional opportunities for supporting roles such as chefs, mechanics and drivers. (See below for a full list of vacancies).

Training to become a Combat Medical Technician will equip you with the skills needed to provide expert front line emergency medical care, whilst professionally qualified doctors and nurses deliver an extensive array of services ranging from emergency medicine through to secondary healthcare in high-tech specialist medical facilities.

225 Medical Regiment

Professionally qualified opportunities

  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Dentists
  • Dental Nurse
  • Environmental Health Technicians
  • Pharmacists
  • Physiotherapists

Other opportunities

  • Combat Medical Technicians
  • Ambulance Drivers / HGV Drivers
  • Chefs
  • Mechanics
  • Radio Operators
  • Human Resource Specialists
  • Electricians

What other skills do we offer?

A successful commitment in the Army Reserve will not only provide you with professional development opportunities in your chosen field, but also the ability to develop a wide range of personal attributes such as command, leadership and managerial skills.

In addition, you will have the opportunity to improve your fitness and get involved in many different sporting activities. You will also be able to take part in or become a fully qualified instructor in adventure training activities. These are not just the normal sports events but also include such activities that push your fitness levels, courage and physical endurance. Examples of these are skiing, snowboarding, parachuting, 4x4 cross country rally driving, sailing, canoeing, mountaineering etc - and yes, you are paid whilst doing these as well as having the equipment provided.

Interested? Contact your nearest Squadron:

Dundee 0131 310 4760
Glenrothes 01592 775 360
Stirling 0131 310 4854

225 Medical Regiment

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