InHealth
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InHealth Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    2002
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Medical Technician

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X-ray Technician
£32,494 per year
Imaging Manager
£49,128 per year
Grader
£42,427 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 108 reviews and is evolving.

3.7020173.3320182.6520192.7120202.752021

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Reviews

Manager in Dorset
on 3 February 2021
Staff very committed and passionate about the service
Well organised, managed and structured service. Staff very committed and passionate about what they do. Thank you all for your support. Working in this service has been a great experience.
NHS 111 Call Handler in Rochdale
on 4 March 2021
Amazing place to work
I loved every minute I worked at inhealth it was only a temp placement so was only there for short of 8 weeks and there’s not one thing I could complain about.
Patient Care Advisor in Rochdale, Greater Manchester
on 19 January 2021
Stressful incompetent staff errors across the board
1 Day training expected to know what to do without given sufficient training. Get treated like kids have to ask to do menial tasks which take longer. Clock watch down to the second. Inner circle which get given more opportunity's and preferential treatment. talk a good talk but never gets put into practice and the day to day is very mundane as no incentives no opportunities to progress you do not need much skill to be taken on as they just want numbers and a very high turn around in staff as they don't treat employees as people you are a bot
Radiographer in South West
on 7 January 2021
Demoralised
This company has become to big and is managed by people in positions and job titles who haven’t a clue ! Your working in a scanner that’s been designed by a person with a fancy job title who’s got no idea. HR say they care but turn a blind eye to exactly what’s going on . Morale is at an all time low in all frontline departments because of double standards caused by clueless so called managers. They’re only interested in money and all this we care policy isn’t true .HQ haven’t a clue .In today’s predicament radiographers are at risk everyday, faulty equipment and poor health and safety standards .The new mobile scanners are awful and uncomfortable work stations so please don’t be fooled by the advert saying they’re wonderful ! I wouldn’t recommend working here
Manager in United Kingdom
on 24 November 2020
Awful
So many faults. Poor communication. Terrible salary. Appalling choices in management, employing managers that have no idea of the department, no leadership skills, no people management and certainly no empathy. Staff members not wanting to come to work and crying at work due to frustration. Treated like an idiot. HR.... Leavers waiting for a call about their exit interview. No interest in the employees, just figures and money. Can not mention anything to higher management as staff are concerned that they will be sacked as this has happened in the past.
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