Hayley hopes to be a qualified nurse in the future after completing her apprenticeship at Furness General Hospital.
Becca has gained a real insight into a career in healthcare while working towards her apprenticeship.
After working in cities across the UK, Patricia is proud to be returning home to Cumbria to use her experience to support the growth and development of the University of Cumbria.
Catherine is passionate about caring for her patients at Furness General Hospital after relocating from the north of the county.
Natalie returned to the UK after spending 12 years in Perth, Australia and has found her perfect career in the heart of a rural community in Cumbria.
Craig, who grew up in Carlisle, has worked as a GP in Cumbria for 17 years. After developing a varied career in Cumbria, Craig is keen to introduce other medics to his “unique” home county.
After studying for a medical degree in India and working in several areas of the UK, Shahedal has decided that Cumbria is the area for him.
Charlotte moved to Cumbria in 2012 after realising the region was where she wanted to be. Four years later, Charlotte is enjoying a fun and varied career in the county.
Colin's role in emergency medicine has taken him to Australia and back, but he's the happiest he's ever been working close to The Lakes.
In 1982, GP Geoff moved from his hometown in Birkenhead to work for a ‘year or two’ in Barrow – and 34 years later, he is still living happily in South Cumbria.
South Cumbria is a long way from South India, but since moving to the area Dr Nischay Umesh says he has found it a "home from home".
A move to South Cumbria has given Andrew Pye the chance to explore different areas of medicine and tick off Wainwrights at the weekend.
Paula Evans was immediately attracted to work in South Cumbria by the friendly and enthusiastic approach of her colleagues and the stunning scenery of the surrounding areas.
Husband and wife Sarah Arun and Arun Thimmiah have got involved in an aspect of medicine they never expected while working and living in Barrow.
South Cumbria may be a thousand miles from Charalampos Louloudis' home of Thessaloniki, in Greece, but that hasn't stopped him feeling at home.