Representing you

UNISON is the UK’s largest health union.

We are the UK’s largest health union.

We represent the whole NHS and health care team.

Our members include:

  • nurses
  • paramedics
  • cleaners
  • porters
  • healthcare scientists
  • midwives,
  • health visitors,
  • pharmacy technicians,
  • ODPs,
  • healthcare students,
  • security staff,
  • healthcare assistants,
  • physician associates,
  • anaesthesia associates,
  • catering staff,
  • medical secretaries,
  • IT staff,
  • phlebotomists,
  • admin and clerical staff, and many more…

Our local reps are based in your workplace to offer help and advice.

From pay, health and safety, discrimination at work to the future of our NHS – we work to make sure your voice is heard.

Members get a wide range of services and special offers too, including legal help at work and at home, debt advice, plus discounts on holidays, events, days out and insurance.

Join now and get the support of the UK’s largest health union with you at work.

Join UNISON now

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