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I worked at Nuffield Health part-time (Less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
The most flexible position I have enjoyed, allowed to work from home and at times required.
Working late nights until 8pm and Saturday just 8am-1pm the only unsociable side but not bad at all.
Very clever set up which allowed the homeworking.
Pay is competitive
Dealing with health insurance and physiotherapy needs, it is a very professional set up and training is sufficient in how to handle the queries. The system is only as good as it can be, but does not cater for any urgency. There is a lot of having to say 'no' to too many people.
They offer an advanced service for the more specialist treatments required and the treatment service is very good. However the contact service is embarrassing. Requests just to speak to case managers are a guaranteed no - they are never available. The admin team (person) extremely overworked and unavailable as well (although I believe this has now changed). For the high number of calls received it is extremely difficult to keep having to say 'no' to so many people, even in serious situations.
Advice to Management
Look at your advanced service and find out what the patient's really think - you cannot keep saying no to so many people's requests - when all they want to do sometimes is speak to someone.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied in-person. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Nuffield Health.
I was sat down and asked a set of questions which were aimed at how I manage time etc. The questions were very straight forward and the interviewer was welcoming and warm. I was not shown round the premises. I arranged the interview via email and was offered a position very quickly afterwards.
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No matter what field of medicine patients are looking for, chances are Nuffield Health (formerly Nuffield Hospitals) has it covered. The system is a private, not-for-profit network of independent, acute-care hospitals located throughout the UK. The company is run as a registered charity, operating outside the National Health Service. Nuffield Health operates some 30 hospitals, dozens of community fitness centers, and health assessment centers. Hospital patients pay for treatment either through insurance policies, through contracts with the NHS, or directly out of pocket...