MediPro Clinical Services

Clinical Services

We at MediPro pride ourselves on the ability to offer a variety of clinical solutions to both the National Health Service and private customers.

We Can Provide:

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Emergency Support

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Urgent Care Transport

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Non-Emergency Patient Transport

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Same Day Patient Transport

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Special Patient Transport

MediPro's Clinical Services division began its life as Emergency Medical Services (UK). Established in 2008, this service was dedicated to providing high quality, cost-effective patient care & prided itself as being one of the few independent ambulance providers that could offer the services of highly qualified pre-hospital care personnel. Patient care was their primary objective and they took pride in the calibre of their staff and the standard of the equipment we used.

During 2017 Emergency Medical Services (UK) Limited has become part of the Medipro family. This move will help continue to build a reputable brand and unique offering to our customers across the UK. It was also enhance the offering within our Training Academy by continuing to support clinical placements and job opportunities.

We are committed to ensuring that level of professionalism is not only still met but also exceeded (which can be seen within the results of our recent CQC inspection report, see below). We believe that this commitment to provide a quality service will ultimately provide peace of mind to both our patients, clients and stakeholders.

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All staff working with MediPro Clinical Services are trained to national standards by nationally recognised training organisations including, the Institute of Healthcare Development (IHCD), the Health & Safety Executive, the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh and the Red Cross. Our Paramedics are registered with the HCPC (Health & Care Professions Council).

Given 16 examples of outstanding practice by the CQC

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Here at MediPro we are always looking to grow our clinical services family. We always have our eyes and ears open for anyone who we think will be the right fit for us. Being the right fit means encompassing the best mix of knowledge, skills and personality. We want people who take pride in what they do, who always give 100%. People who make us proud to put out name to. If this sounds like you, why not fill in our application form (and attach a CV) using the link below.

Available Positions

Below is a list of all the available positions within MediPro Clinical Services Team. Be sure to check back regularly as we are always looking for people to join our growing workforce.

Finance Manager
Darlington, Durham  |  Full-time

Qualified Events First Aiders
Darlington, Durham  |  Contract  |  Salary: £7.50 /hour

Qualified Emergency Care Assistant
Darlington, Durham  |  Contract  |  Salary: £8.34 /hour

Qualified Ambulance Care Assistants
Darlington, Durham  |  Contract  |  Salary: £7.50 /hour

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Following our CQC inspection in May of 2017, MediPro our proud to announce we were given an overwhelmingly positive report with a number of instances of "outstanding practice". We have included just a handful of the comments below but if you want to read the full report you can view the PDF here, or you can view it on the CQC website following this link, http://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-2473227719

“results were excellent”

Key performance indicators were audited and results were excellent.
2017-05-16T14:34:54+00:00

Key performance indicators were audited and results were excellent.

“timely and relevant”

The organisation had the governance processes and information to manage current and future performance. The information used in reporting, performance management and delivering quality care was accurate, valid, timely and relevant.
2017-05-16T14:36:08+00:00

The organisation had the governance processes and information to manage current and future performance. The information used in reporting, performance management and delivering quality care was accurate, valid, timely and relevant.

“a positive impact in relation to quality governance”

There was effective and comprehensive processes in place to identify, understand, monitor and address current and future risks. Audit processes functioned well and had a positive impact in relation to quality governance, with clear evidence of action to resolve concerns.
2017-05-16T14:37:06+00:00

There was effective and comprehensive processes in place to identify, understand, monitor and address current and future risks. Audit processes functioned well and had a positive impact in relation to quality governance, with clear evidence of action to resolve concerns.

“driven by quality and safety”

There was a clear vision and strategy, driven by quality and safety.
2017-05-16T14:38:17+00:00

There was a clear vision and strategy, driven by quality and safety.

“Training and education was a high priority”

Training and education was a high priority and had a strong focus for the service. The service worked in close collaboration with their sister training and education organisation. They provided training programmes for the emergency care assistant and ambulance technician role and supported their staff through these programmes.
2017-05-16T14:39:00+00:00

Training and education was a high priority and had a strong focus for the service. The service worked in close collaboration with their sister training and education organisation. They provided training programmes for the emergency care assistant and ambulance technician role and supported their staff through these programmes.

“ensuring high quality care”

The continued development of staff skills, competence and knowledge was recognised as being integral to ensuring high quality care. Staff were proactively supported to acquire new skills.
2017-05-16T14:39:57+00:00

The continued development of staff skills, competence and knowledge was recognised as being integral to ensuring high quality care. Staff were proactively supported to acquire new skills.

“consistently positive”

Feedback from people who used the services was consistently positive about the way staff treated people. There was a strong person-centred culture. Staff were highly motivated and inspired to offer care that was kind and promoted people’s dignity.
2017-05-16T14:41:06+00:00

Feedback from people who used the services was consistently positive about the way staff treated people. There was a strong person-centred culture. Staff were highly motivated and inspired to offer care that was kind and promoted people’s dignity.

“compassionate care”

All staff prioritised safe, high quality, compassionate care and there was a culture of collective responsibility between all staff.
2017-05-16T14:41:49+00:00

All staff prioritised safe, high quality, compassionate care and there was a culture of collective responsibility between all staff.