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Remedy seeking 170 new healthcare professionals

Photo: Remedy seeking 170 new healthcare professionals
It’s an extraordinary time for the healthcare sector and at Remedy Healthcare, we need extraordinary people to meet the challenges we and our customers face.

Today’s labour market has changed quickly due to COVID-19 and while some industries are reducing their workforce, others are looking for more employees.

Remedy Healthcare (currently employs more than 300 health professionals) is continuing to experience growth, with increasing demand for our community allied health and nursing services from existing and new customers.

Remedy Healthcare Executive General Manager Mike Hutton-Squire said Remedy offers excellent professional development and career pathways and the opportunity for people to consider a career in a growth industry.

“We are looking to attract passionate health professionals to join a dynamic, innovative and life-changing health company in a period of unprecedented growth.” Mr Hutton-Squire said.
“There are many genuine clinical opportunities across Remedy Healthcare where people can be challenged while making a meaningful difference to people’s lives.”

Mr Hutton-Squire said that Remedy knows health professionals derive a sense of satisfaction from the positive benefits they bring to Australian lives. 

“Remedy’s clinical environment is founded on personal, holistic and evidence-based care, while our strong social purpose also considers our employees’ sense of professional fulfilment and wellbeing,” Mr Hutton-Squire said.

“With an average tenure of seven years, our people find their careers satisfying and value the opportunities that working for Remedy Healthcare can provide.”

Mr Hutton-Squire said that Remedy, which celebrated its tenth anniversary last year, has established a high calibre service offering in a challenging business climate.

“At Remedy Healthcare, we’re continually evolving services that meet people where they need us. This could be face-to-face at home, through telehealth, in an aged care setting or in a clinic,” Mr Hutton-Squire said.

“Remedy’s future is very promising as we continue to grow our services into new markets to help Australians improve their wellbeing and age well.”

Between now and December 2020, Remedy Healthcare aims to employ 170 new team members across Australia to fill community-based roles with a telehealth component in occupations including registered nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, podiatrists and care coordinators.

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