ID Medical named one of The Sunday Times 100 Best Mid-Sized Companies to work for
Written by Caryn Cooper
Through an abiding focus on employee satisfaction, ID Medical has once again achieved Best Companies 2 Star Accreditation whilst being named as one of The Sunday Times Best Mid-Sized Companies to Work for 2014. As noted by Best Companies -- The Workplace Engagement Specialists -- this achievement demonstrates outstanding levels of engagement within the ID Medical organization.
On Thursday 27th February, ID Medical will attend The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work for awards celebration held at Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park in London, where its official position in the league table will be unveiled prior to the printed release on Sunday 2nd March.
Deenu Patel, managing director of multi-disciplinary healthcare recruiter ID Medical, reflects upon the achievement.
“ID Medical employees effectuate meaningful work on a daily basis and this is felt by many people across the UK – clients, candidates and patients. Our employees are supporting doctors, nurses, allied health professionals and clerical staff in fulfilling their career ambitions within the NHS and private medical sectors, whilst ultimately improving the quality of patient care. Meaningful purpose is firmly rooted within our positive and ‘family-feel’ culture, and that is what I believe to be one of the key fundamentals of being a great company to work for.
“ID Medical provides real opportunities for career advancement, we support and reward excellence whilst giving each employee within the business autonomy to drive the business forward. We are truly honoured to be associated with The Sunday Times Best 100 Companies project – it adds value to our recruitment process and our brand whilst ensuring we’re nurturing a happy work environment.”
Each year Best Companies and The Sunday Times celebrate the best small, mid-size and big workplaces in the UK. Employees from participating organisations are surveyed based on a rigorous methodology.
ID Medical (HQ in Milton Keynes with a dedicated office in central London) was established in 2002 and has since maintained its enviable position as market leader in the provision of high calibre medical staffing to both the NHS and private sector. As the UK’s leading provider of locum doctors, nurses, AHP/HSS and clerical staff, ID Medical holds preferred supplier contracts with over 80% of hospitals nationwide and supplies over 2 million hours to the NHS per annum.
Founded on its core principles of quality of service, dedication, innovation and commitment, the ID Medical Group Limited provides a complete medical staffing solution to its valued partners, forming part of the NHS procurement.
2013 has been a year filled with recognition of ID Medical’s first-rate capacity to provide a premier level service to its valued candidates and clients, with the company firmly positioned within the annual Recruiter FAST 50 league, Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work for, Investec Hot 100, Recruitment International Top 250, SundayTimes Virgin Fast Track 100 and awarded Recruitment International’s Best Recruitment Company to Work For 2013. These accolades demonstrate ID Medical’s commitment to the industry whilst validating its credibility as market leader.
Dubai's new smart neuro spinal hospital: need to know
We take a look at Dubai's new smart hospital.
What: The Neuro Spinal Hospital and Radiosurgery Centre is a new hospital featuring state-of-the-art technology for spinal, neurosurgical, neurological, orthopaedic, radiosurgery and cancer treatments. The 700 million AED hospital, (equivalent to £138 million), has 114 beds, smart patient rooms, and green spaces for patient rehabilitation, and is four times the capacity of its former premises in Jumeirah. It is also the UAE’s first hospital to have surgical robots.
Where: The hospital is located in the Dubai Science Park. Founded in 2005, Dubai Science Park is home to more than 350 companies from multinational corporations in life sciences, biotechnology and research; over 4,000 people work here each day.
Who: The UAE's Neuro Spinal Hospital and Radiosurgery Centre was first established in Jumeirah in 2002 by Dr. Abdul Karim Msaddi, as the first as the first "super-specialty" neuroscience hospital.
Why: With advanced diagnosis and robotics, the hospital will provide care across neuroscience, spine, orthopaedics and oncology for people residing in the UAE, as well as international patients.
Prof. Abdul Karim Msaddi, Chairman and Medical Director of the hospital, said: “We are proud to bring world-class healthcare services to Dubai and believe our next-generation hospital will be a game-changer for the emirate’s and the region’s medical industry.
"It will not only significantly increase the availability of specialist neuroscience and radiosurgery treatments and provide better patient care but help attract and develop local and international talent. Investing in the new centre represents our continued faith in the resilience of the region’s economy, as well as a testament to our ongoing drive towards healthcare innovation in the UAE.”