Allied health professions

Allied health professions provide therapeutic help, clinical advice, rehabilitation and treatment across our hospitals and community healthcare services. We have more than 1,000 staff working in AHP roles spread over nine professions.

Diagnostic radiographers

Diagnostic radiographers produce high quality images to diagnose an injury or disease. They are responsible for safe and accurate imaging examinations and reports.


Dietitians are the only qualified health professionals who assess, diagnose and treat diet and nutritional problems at an individual and public health level.

Occupational therapists

Occupational therapists (OTs) work with people of all ages with a wide range of problems resulting from physical, mental, social or developmental difficulties.


Orthoptists diagnose and treat premature infants with retinopathy of prematurity, children with reduced vision due to squint and patients with eye movement defects.


Orthotists and prosthetists give back the power of movement to their patients in a way that’s as pain-free as possible and use the latest technology to create and fit prostheses or aids.


Find out all about how paramedics work within education to make sure our allied health professions at South Tees are highly skilled.


Podiatrists provide essential assessment, evaluation and foot care for patients with a variety of long term and acute conditions.

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