InHealth
Happiness score is 52 out of 100
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About the company

  • Founded
    2002
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Headquarters
    Beechwood Hall, Kingsmead...
  • Link
    InHealth website

InHealth is the UK’s largest specialist provider of diagnostic and healthcare solutions. Our aim is to make healthcare better for patients by working collaboratively with the NHS to deliver a range of high quality tests, scans, assessments and procedures. In the last year, we have supported more than 3 million people in their healthcare journeys, the majority of these NHS patients and service users.

As a people-focused organisation, our teams are integral in how we deliver our services and our values of Trust, Passion, Care and Fresh Thinking underpin everything we do, influencing the way we interact with patients, customers, and colleagues.

As an organisation, we are committed to making a positive social, economic and environmental contribution to the communities in which we operate. As part of our sustainability strategy, we fully support the NHS Net Zero Supplier Roadmap, which charts a route towards a net zero healthcare system.

We promote equality, diversity and inclusion across the organisation, with dedicated forums and staff groups to focus on the most important areas of staff engagement, delivering real improvements that enhance the overall staff experience for all our colleagues.

We also recognise the importance of health and wellbeing for all of our colleagues, promoting a culture of care that is underpinned by a dedicated Wellbeing Strategy, providing a range of resources and support to make sure that everyone looks after themselves and their physical and mental health.

Our mission is to be the preferred provider of high-quality diagnostics and healthcare solutions in hospitals and in accessible community settings, serving 5 million patients from 1000 locations by 2025.

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Rating is calculated based on 147 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Customer Service Advisor in Rochdale, Greater Manchester
on 14 October 2022
Call centre

Not a bad place to work, but micro management and strict time management. Performance is mostly based on taking as many calls as you can with very little about patient care. Not bad for a first time call centre role but not a place that provides any longterm goals or progression. You are there to take calls and that is it. Underpaid for the amount of knowledge needed.

Assistant Radiographer in South East
on 27 November 2022
Great place to work

InHealth is a great company to work for. The managers have a supportive and straightforward approach. Colleagues are extremely dedicated to their fields and offering the best service to patients. As most sites are mobile medical imaging services the work can be a bit chaotic in terms of technology used necessitating daily problem solving form staff on site. Things are always resolved and the service appears outwardly as running smoothly and professionally. Colleagues are always supportive of each other and put the patients interests and comfort first. It is a very multicultural work place staffed by interesting and open minded people many of whom are highly skilled and have worked in a variety of countries in the medical field. The only down side is the amount of driving/travel between sites and staying in hotels when the drive is too far to get home that night. Having said that the hotels and food are paid for by the company. They also offer a generous car allowance. They really do try to make their staff as comfortable as possible whilst expecting a high standard of work performance. Each day really is very different at InHealth.

Clinical in Northern Ireland
on 11 October 2022
Terrible

Work life balance terrible Lots of travelling and staying away from home Don’t be expecting to work anywhere near to where you live Lots of people leaving Too many staff not enough sites Don’t take complaint’s seriously

Diabetic eye screening in Birmingham, West Midlands
on 28 September 2022
Happy place to work

Good company I recommend to my friends I learn lot of things. Good place for future I got future my diploma. Working time are good because I have to boys to take care totally I fully satisfied my job.

Radiographer in South West
on 31 August 2022
Lovely place to work

Staff are friendly and the management is very supportive about career development. Hard work are being recognised all the time and easy to ask for work adjustment

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