Armed Forces Healthcare
NHS England's guide to healthcare for military personnel and veterans; includes information about getting treatment, rehabilitation services, hospital and mental health care, and services for veterans.
Army Medical Services
An official overview of the role and services provided by the different medical corps and units in the army.
Defence Medical Services
Comprises the uniformed medical and dental personnel from all three Services. Describes their structure, with information about medical, dental and related support services delivered to armed forces personnel.
The Defence School of Health Care Studies
A centre in Birmingham City University providing nurse education, Operating Department Practice (ODP) training and undergraduate radiography programmes for the military; with details of courses and contacts.
King's Centre for Military Health Research
A joint initiative of the Institute of Psychiatry and the Department of War Studies at King's College London; provides details of their courses, research projects, and contacts.
National Gulf Veterans and Families Association
A charity supporting those affected by the Gulf Wars, the conflict in Afghanistan, and all desert conflicts. Contains a library of resources related to health issues arising from these campaigns, fundraising and the charity's services.
Queens Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps
The QARANC provides medical support to the Army in MOD/NHS hospital units and in in medical centres around the world. Includes information on their role, careers and history.
Royal Army Dental Corps
The RADC is responsible for the maintenance of the British Army’s dental health. Includes photographs and careers advice.
Royal Army Medical Corps
The largest corps in the AMS (Army Medical Services) providing a range of medical and health facilities and services. Includes a history, career opportunities, video and photographs.
Royal Centre for Defence Medicine (RCDM)
A tri-service establishment providing medical support to military operational deployments, secondary and specialist care for members of the armed forces, and training for defence personnel; also supports medical research.
Royal Naval Medical Service
Promotes and maintains the health, fitness and well-being of the men and women in the Royal Navy; includes a history of naval medicine.