Andy Reilly, Deputy Head of Physiotherapy, North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust tells us how his years at Connect Health helped him to become a clinical leader
Connect Health gives you the chance to learn and develop both personally and professionally – Deputy Head of Physiotherapy
How Jess became the first person at Connect to progress from graduate to Senior Physiotherapist within 3 years, specialising in women’s health.
Jess Norris, physio in the North East, explains how she became the first person at Connect to progress from graduate to Senior Physiotherapist within 3 years, specialising in women’s health.
How Connect Health welcomed me into the company and gave me the opportunity to advance my career
James Olasunkanmi, MSK Physiotherapist in Croydon, talks about how the clinical journey at Connect Health provides a clear transition from student, Advanced Development.
How Connect Health has been fundamental to my recovery
Rachael Marsden, Senior MSK Physiotherapist, Merton tells her inspirational story, from working in the NHS for 17 years, dealing with a prolonged illness, then joining Connect and blossoming into a brilliant physio and hugely valued and popular team member.
We get ongoing training, and the support to make decisions to actively improve physiotherapy practices.
Andrew Burns describes his fast-tracked journey from student, new graduate, ADP and now Senior Physiotherapist with Connect, and why he loves the variety.
For me, working at Connect has been a whirlwind of learning opportunities
Ian Sinclair, Patient Care Advisor, Dictation and Resource Analyst, tells us about his career at Connect, why he thrives on helping others and how Connect always put patients and colleagues first.
How support from Connect is allowing me to develop my role and further my career in Women’s Health
Kavita Chokshi, Specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist, Brent Physiotherapy Service shares her experience of joining Connect from TUPE NHS.
I chose to work at Connect as I felt I could progress quicker despite taking a backward step in responsibility initially
Paul Shawcross, Developing Consultant Physiotherapist, has a clinical interest in the management of musculoskeletal health in the workplace. He talks about how the Developing Consultant Physiotherapist (DCP) programme is enabling him to embed his clinical leadership skills across Connect’s occupational health physiotherapy services.
The Life of an Occupational Health Physiotherapy Team Lead
Pauline Austin, Advanced Practice Physiotherapist and Team Lead writes about her experiences in Occupational Health Physiotherapy after working in the NHS for 13 years. In 2016, Pauline had the opportunity within Connect Health to take up the post of team lead for Occupational Health Physiotherapy (North).
How moving to Connect Health gave me new career opportunities
Katie Fox, Team leader and Specialist Hand Therapist in Herts Valleys, talks about her transition from the NHS to Connect.
How Connect Health gave me the perfect foundations to enhance my career
Alex Beechey, Senior MSK physiotherapist in Herts Valleys was TUPE’d over to Connect in January 2018. He describes the positive challenges of working at Connect, and how it’s given him the perfect foundation for his career.
Connect has really invested in my development
Stephen Swift, MSK Team Leader, Service Transition Manager and Developing Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner in Pain Management, talks about moving from the NHS and his development at Connect.
Connect kickstarted my clinical career that had felt stifled for some time
Neil Swift, Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner and Lower Limb Subject Matter Expert discusses his career progression at Connect and his upcoming educational event.
Amy Baines explains how Connect Health completely changed her perception of Occupational Health
Amy Baines, Senior Occupational Health Physiotherapist (Central) talks about her passion for occupational health as a career choice.
Why I’m excited about developing an innovative pain service
Dr Sophie Gwinnett, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Wolverhampton, tells us why she initially chose not to TUPE over to Connect and how since joining the company, is excited about developing an innovative pain service for the organisation.
How Connect Health empowered me with the confidence and opportunities to grow
Read more about Kayleigh Bramley, Estates Procurement Officer’s positive career journey with Connect Health where the opportunities available allowed her to develop and grow so that each day brings something new so that she “never gets the Sunday blues”
Connect Health helped me to realise my ambition
Sadie Booker, Service Manager for North Kirklees and Wakefield since June 2017, tells us how Connect has helped her to realise her ambition to specialise in operational management.
My journey from Australia to Newcastle and why I chose Connect
Timothy Raffle, MSK Physiotherapist, Occupational Health based in the North East, talks about his journey from Australia to Newcastle and why he chose a career at Connect
Connect helped me decide on my HR career path
In this blog we hear from Caitlin Ferguson about her journey from Patient Care Advisor to HR Advisor and how Connect helped her to realise HR was the career for her.
There are lots more opportunities at Connect which can take you in any direction, perhaps outside of the more traditional routes.
Katharine Netherton, Senior Physiotherapist & Team Leader, Hammersmith & Fulham MSK Service, talks frankly about her move from the acute sector to the leading independent MSK provider Connect Health.
My career progression at Connect
From Physiotherapist to Senior Service Transition Manager, Richard Pell describes the fantastic developmental opportunities he has experienced whilst working at Connect.
My positive career move to Connect
After an unsure start, Alison Byrne, MSK Physiotherapist and Team Leader at Connect’s MSK service in Hammersmith & Fulham, talks about her move to Connect and the positive impact it’s had on her career and development.
My first month at Connect Health
One month in, Wolverhampton based MSK Physiotherapist Helen Owen shares her thoughts on her move from the Acute Trust to independent provider Connect Health.