Primary Care Physio
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About the company

  • CEO
    Ryan Allen
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    £4m to £20m (GBP)
  • Industry
  • Link
    Primary Care Physio website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 32 reviews and is evolving.



FCP physiotherapist in Leicester, Leicestershire
on 22 August 2022
Supportive and flexible work place
Currently I am working at Leicester PCN, all senior staff and admin staff are really supportive and helpful. I would strongly recommend to work for primary care physio.
FCP Podiatrist in Eston, North Yorkshire
on 22 August 2022
The best move I made
Having worked for this company now for over a year, I can honestly say it is the best move I have made. There have been various aspects of the role which are still in development, however there is much scope.
First contact practitioner in Redditch, Worcestershire
on 2 June 2022
Excellent place to start your career
Interview and the mobilisation process was very smooth and easy. Great support group and very well trained clinicians supported me to get through step by step. As this role is new for me, it was very challenging initially to understand and I feared a lot how am I gonna transform myself from a physiotherapist to first contact practitioner. However, Primary care physio team supported me and helped me to understand the HEE roadmap and prepared myself. I recommend whoever wants to start their career as FCP, to join the excellent work force.Thanks
First contact practitioner in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 27 May 2022
Great company
It's a great company.the turn over of the employees is low. They give you a room for improvement. Definitely I could recommend the company to other physiotherapists.
First Contact Physiotherapist in Remote
on 27 May 2022
Well managed and well run organisation
I have recently started working for Primary Care Physio as a First Contact Physiotherapist in a remote role and so far, my experience has been excellent. The induction process was very thorough and has allowed me to settle into the role quickly. This also included having time to get to know the local primary care network providers and referral pathways. The allotted weekly supervision time and protected CPD time is great and will help with my own personal development.Working as an FCP is tough and requires good time management skills. This can be challenging at times, particularly with complex patients. However, the rewards of being able to help patients overcome their problems and achieve their goals helps you through this and there is always support available from the management if you have any questions or concerns.

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