As a centre of excellence for sport and exercise medicine, we’re committed to providing the best service in the industry and know that this means having the best people.
This is why we make sure we take care of our team, not just for the here and now but also the future. This includes a competitive salary, flexible hours and an extensive range of benefits, but also an ongoing investment in your learning and development to help you continually grow and refine your professional skills and qualifications.
I joined Pure Sports Medicine after a 28-year career in the military and what I’ve found is the same level of teamwork and professional pride as in my previous career, with staff across all disciplines work together in order to maximise patient outcomes. That team aspect also means the opportunity to tap into a broad range of experiences, an interesting, stimulating CPD programme, as well as a thriving research unit — something all are encouraged to contribute to. PSM has made the switch to private medicine an easy and enjoyable process.
Moving to Pure Sports Medicine has given me a new energy to be the best possible clinician I can be. Working closely with colleagues as part of a multidisciplinary team has really improved my patient care with a better understanding of how each discipline can work together to achieve the patient’s goals. Coming from the NHS this was not something I was used to. I feel very supported with clear personal objectives reviewed quarterly together with a structured CPD programme as part of an ongoing development pathway which in turn delivers excellent patient-centered care.
After earning my stripes working in sport and other private clinics, I was lucky enough to get a job working at the Bank clinic and, within three months of starting, I felt I had learned more as a physio than in the three previous years elsewhere. I then spent some time in a senior role as head of the rehab team (physios and osteos) across all clinics and I really enjoyed the challenge of facilitating the development of the wider team.
Earning potential of up to £70,000 per annum
Flexible hours and locations across our seven London clinics
Collaborative learning, regular CPD days and access to our funded MSc in Physiotherapy
Private medical insurance, dental scheme, free eye tests and an Employee Assistance Programme
Company pension scheme and access to a range of perks and partner discounts
We are currently looking for an experienced MSK Physiotherapist to lead our clinical team at Bank in the role of Clinical Manager. If you are ambitious, hardworking and keen to effect change through leadership then this is a fantastic opportunity.
We are looking for a Clinical Receptionist to join our team on a part time basis at our Raynes Park clinic.
We are looking to appoint a high calibre clinician to the position of Head of Rehabilitation, overseeing the Rehab Services including Physiotherapy, Osteopathy and Chiropractic.
We have opportunities across our London based clinics for both full and part-time positions.