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Our ability to make an impact for our customers and their businesses comes from our people. Every single one of them makes a difference. It’s our responsibility to nurture these individuals, their skills and talents. Come and join us.

Working with us


We know that where you work is as important as what you do. We look beyond the role. We prioritise a family orientated culture. We dare to be different and strive to create a happy, fulfilling and flexible work life.

I have relished the experience of working for a bigger company which operates at the heart of the private healthcare sector. It’s been a step up and I’ve enjoyed getting to meet people from across the sector.

Ahmed Khan, Service Delivery Manager

Healthcode were behind me during my studies but most importantly, as a small company they allowed me to experience different aspects of the business – financial, commercial, legal and governance operations. It was an invaluable opportunity to develop real-world understanding that I couldn’t have obtained from university or training courses.

Jenny Murray, Director of Operations

I have really seen Healthcode change since I joined in 2003. At a very basic level, we have grown in size: when I started as Helpdesk Team Leader, I was working with three people and today there are 15 in the team.

Nicola Kingsmill, Transformation Programme Director

Thinking about normal life in the 2020s, the private medical sector does seem to lag behind in terms of acceptance and use of new IT technology. I would love people to explore the potential for collaboration and sharing of ideas and data (subject to GDPR, of course!).

Desné Marston, Product Marketing Manager

The team I have around me are great. We gel really well and we’re all prepared to pitch in and help each other. In fact, that goes across the company.

Parminder Kalsi, Head of Marketing and Communications

I love the can-do culture here. There is plenty of scope for professional development and opportunities to get insights into different areas of the business which wouldn’t be as easy within a more formal corporate structure.

Shannon Newman, Product Owner - The PPR

I know it sounds like a cliché but I’m working with a great bunch of people, I enjoy seeing staff around me develop their skills and take on board my advice to improve their approach and delivery.

Daniel Byrne, Head of Customer Operations

I want Healthcode to be a driving force for technological progress in private healthcare and be instrumental in finding creative online solutions to the challenges facing the sector.

Fiona Booth, Head of External Affairs & Stakeholder Engagement

It’s great to see how much commitment and energy is being focused on growth and improvement – from upgrading systems to providing a better customer experience. We’re developing products and services that’ll support the private healthcare industry for years to come.

Richard Aris, Head of Business Development

With the Transformation Programme, Healthcode has effectively started again with a “big-company” mindset. The organisation has been restructured to operate more efficiently with better team-working and reporting, so everyone knows their responsibilities.

Mike Gregory, Product Owner – ePractice and eBooking

I enjoy finding opportunities to help customers meet their business challenges. I might be able to suggest a solution that we already have or brief our developers on their requirements so we can explore this further.

Ravinder Brar, Senior Business Development Manager

This role suits me perfectly. I’m one of the longest-serving people in the team so I’ve built up a good bank of knowledge and I really enjoy helping my colleagues and our customers.

Sophie Howard, Customer Services – 2nd Line Support Agent

I enjoy working with customers to resolve any ongoing issues they might have, whether that’s an internal pain point, or improving efficiency in certain processes.

Sam Lawrence, Senior Business Development Manager

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