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From Marketing Humber | Tuesday 10 July 2018

129 doctors set to graduate from Hull York Medical School next week.

The University of Hull’s largest ever cohort of nursing graduates will provide a boost to the NHS – and around 70% will be working for local health services and hospitals.

The nurses, and other allied health students, are graduating as part of the University’s week-long celebration of degree ceremonies at Hull City Hall. (Monday 9 July to Thursday 12 July).

More than 120 medical students from Hull York Medical School are set to graduate at a separate ceremony in York on Thursday 13 July. This is also the 10th anniversary of the school’s first graduating class and brings the total number of doctors trained since the school was founded to more than 1400.

The majority of the nurses who are graduating have already been taken on by the local health services, making a real difference to their communities.

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