Spa Medica
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Spa Medica Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    £1m to £5m
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Jobs

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Optical Assistant

Wakefield

£17,004 - £20,808 a year
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3 hours ago

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Optical Assistant

Sheffield

£17,004 - £20,808 a year
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10 hours ago

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Theatre Scrub Nurse

Stockton-on-Tees

£28,540 - £34,680 a year
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Theatre Scrub Nurse

Kingston upon Hull

£27,540 - £34,680 a year
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Staff Nurse RGN

Sheffield

£27,540 - £32,640 a year
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Staff Nurse RGN

Bradford

£27,540 - £32,640 a year
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Theatre Scrub Nurse

Manchester

£28,560 - £34,680 a year
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11 hours ago

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Staff Nurse RGN

Stockton-on-Tees

£27,540 - £32,640 a year
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10 hours ago

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Theatre Scrub Nurse

Widnes

£27,540 - £34,680 a year
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11 hours ago

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Staff Nurse RGN

Wakefield

£27,540 - £32,640 a year
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11 hours ago

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Staff Nurse (RGN) -Full time/Part time

Kingston upon Hull

£27,540 - £32,640 a year
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10 hours ago

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Staff Nurse RGN

Manchester

£27,540 - £32,640 a year
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11 hours ago

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Staff Nurse RGN

Widnes

£27,540 - £32,640 a year
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Patient Booking coordinator

Kingston upon Hull

£17,167 a year
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17 hours ago

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Referral Coordinator

Kingston upon Hull

£17,167 a year
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17 hours ago

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Patient Services Advisor

Kingston upon Hull

£17,167 a year
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17 hours ago

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Staff Nurse RGN

Bolton

£27,540 - £32,640 a year
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12 hours ago

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Theatre Scrub Nurse

Preston

£28,560 - £34,680 a year
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12 hours ago

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Staff Nurse RGN

Wirral

£27,540 - £32,640 a year
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16 hours ago

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Theatre Scrub Nurse

Liverpool

£28,560 - £34,680 a year
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15 hours ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 3.2K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Registered Nurse
£30,803 per year
Optometrist
£47,700 per year
Registered Nurse - Operating Room
£32,016 per year

Nursing

Registered Nurse
£30,803 per year
Registered Nurse - Operating Room
£32,016 per year
Theatre Nurse
£32,670 per year

Medical Technician

Optical Assistant
£19,754 per year
Operating Department Practitioner
£31,405 per year
Patient Coordinator
£17,117 per year

Administrative Assistance

Medical Receptionist
£17,517 per year
Senior Medical Receptionist
£21,321 per year
Administrator
£17,582 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 16 reviews and is evolving.

4.0020182.502020

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Reviews

Patient Driver in Preston, Lancashire
on 18 November 2020
Very stressful
I was employed as a Patient Driver. The miles to collect and deliver patients to the various Spa Medica hospitals is excessive, sometimes in excess of 200 miles in a day. Drivers are expected to undertake portering duties in the period they are waiting for patients after dropping them off. Because I found the miles too much, I took some breaks, to relieve the miles driven, and found that they are unpaid, i.e. deducted from time in lieu, which is not good. You say in your advert for a new driver in Kendal that full training will be given. That is a laugh, there was minimum training in the mini bus and one day induction at Bolton. All other training was done online and no practical First-Aid course available, I think that is very negligent, as drivers are dealing with aged, sometimes infirm people. It took 2 months for me to acquire a step for patients to climb up onto the mini bus, one should automatically come with the mini bus initially. The rate of pay is twenty odd pence over minimum wage which is diabolical for a job which requires a very good standard of driving, which is very important as patients need to feel safe, and drivers need to be able to negotiate extreme weather conditions. I myself was complemented on my driving skills by patients on many occasions, as I am a MIDAS trained driver. There should be a patient feedback form that patients can complete rating the ability of the driver. Not enough emphasis is put on the importance of your driving ability by the Transport Manager. If you are looking for job satisfaction as a patient driver, then its a driver's interaction with the patients which gives you that satisfaction, rather than any praise and encouragement coming from the Transport Manager, who concentrates on all your little faults and never praises you, which drivers need, as it is a very responsible job, the importance of which is very underestimated by Management.I learned a lot about Spa Medica as a company. Generally workplace culture is good. Spa Medica do an excellent job treating NHS patients.
Administrator in United Kingdom
on 27 October 2020
Supportive and Fast paced
Great company, management and peers are very supportive and will always make time for you. Great benefits in place and additional perks too. They’re trying really hard to improve the employee experience and this goes a long way to making you feel valued. Very fast paced environment which can be a challenge at times but also very rewarding.
RGN (scrub) in Sheffield, South Yorkshire
on 6 October 2020
Great team to work with at Sheffield
I consider this to be the least stressful job I've ever had within nursing, yet I do not feel at all 'deskilled'. I can honestly say I love my job. I work with an amazingly supportive and friendly team. My role as a RGN/scrub nurse is both varied and interesting. The hours for a nursing job are fantastic! No bank Holidays, no nights, no shifts and only have to work one Saturday a month. There is some travel to other sites but this is fairly infrequent, and you are compensated for this. Its an absolute pleasure to go into work, and it was definitely a great move coming here. The sick pay and pension are rubbish compared to the NHS, however I feel this is far outweighed by the great working hours and almost zero stress. My only slight gripe is that there isn't really much development opportunities for RGNs, but hopefully this may change as the company grows further.
Theatre Practitioner in Bedford, Bedfordshire
on 27 September 2020
Spamedica management is true Cancer
Initially a great place to work, but imagine working for NHS and other leading competitive Private hospitals (circle BMI, Spire, Ramsay Health) and you meet this Ophthalmic company. Everything is high tech, beautifully displayed.The company is like an amalgamation of beauty and acid, aesthetically pleasing but dead inside the company. The poor CEO works so hard and tirelessly yet the staff below him are melting away a company indefinitely.Management is the core problem, nonclinical appointment of manager is like a cancer in the site. Sadly they are so interested in staff's personal life that they loose focus. There is no gratitude for what you do, no respect , constant abuse from an organisational point of view. They will do anything to tarnish your reputation. They will not support you or direct you correctly, it's a blame game.A company with so much credibility destroyed by anyone below the CEO
Medical Receptionist in Bradford, West Yorkshire
on 4 September 2020
Poor Management Skills
Bullying culture in place at Wakefield that seems to have been in place for a long time and not addressed. Standing up for yourself whilst in your probationary period is not an option at Spa Medica.
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