Life at Connect Health

Read our people stories to find out what life is really like working for Connect Health.

 

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Life at Connect Health

Read our people stories to find out what life is really like working for Connect Health.

 

Find Out More Get in Touch

Bee-inspired stories

See below for our colleague stories and videos and find out more about their journey with Connect Health.

Junior Clinical

Senior Clinical

  • Pete Evans Senior MSK Physio “Connect has a refreshing ethos, there are many ways you can advance and I think my skills have improved. It’s forward-thinking company and I like that and I think my patients do as well.”

Non-Clinical

  • Ian Sinclair, Patient Care Advisor “Working at Connect Health has been a whirlwind of learning opportunities. There’s been lots of ups and downs but that’s like any company. Overall, Connect Health is a great company that is definitely heading in the right direction.”

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