What do Marie Curie nurses do and where do they work?
Find out about career opportunities at the community and hospice-based charity – the skills you need, and the pay band to expect
What is a Marie Curie nurse?
Marie Curie cares for more than 40,000 terminally ill people a year, working on the front line, day and night.
Marie Curie nurses support people living with a terminal illness who want to be cared for in their own homes or at a Marie Curie hospice. The charity aims to provide support at the end of life.
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