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Inside InHealth

Find out what it’s like to be a part of the largest specialist provider of diagnostic and healthcare solutions in the UK


Making Healthcare Better

InHealth is proud to be the UK’s largest specialist provider of diagnostic and healthcare solutions.  Our patients are at the centre of our services and we see more than 4 million each year, the majority of which are NHS patients and service users.

Ultimately, our aim is to make healthcare better by delivering excellence in everything that we do, through continuously improving across our range of tests, scans, assessments and procedures. Our mission is to be the preferred provider of high-quality diagnostics and healthcare solutions in hospitals and in accessible community settings, while applying our flexible and dynamic approach to meet some of our healthcare’s most pressing challenges.

Watch the video to learn more and hear from some of our people.


Our values shape our behaviours

As a people-focused organisation, our teams are integral in how we deliver our services and our values of Trust, Passion, Care and Fresh Thinking underpin everything we do, influencing the way we interact with patients, customers, and colleagues. If you would like a fulfilling career with an organisation that helps you make a difference every day in a job you love, you’re in the right place! Whether you join in a patient-facing clinical role or a support role, everybody has the opportunity to make a difference every day and contribute towards our mission.

Our values guide our actions and behaviour, influencing the way we interact with patients, customers, and colleagues. Each value is inspired by our core objective to make healthcare better, shaping the culture of the organisation by defining who we are, what we do and what we believe in.   We aspire to recruit people who share our values and by ensuring our values are at the centre of everything we do, our dedicated and diverse people are able to work collaboratively as one highly effective team.


We do the right thing for patients every time and put the patient first in everything we do. We ask patients for feedback and use this to improve our services. We systematically collect patient information to continually improve our offering.


We deliver on our promises. We are reliable and straight-talking and we do what we say we will do, when we say we will. If there is a problem, we deal with it transparently, and do all that we can to resolve it and improve things for the future.


We are passionate about helping patients with what is most important to them. We care about how patients feel and understand that each patient may have different fears and expectations. We are passionate about striving for better value healthcare.

Fresh Thinking

We constantly strive for improvements in everything we do. We are relentless in looking for new and better ways of doing things through new technology and better ways of working.  We are positive agents for change in the healthcare system

About our culture


As an organisation, we are committed to making a positive social, economic and environmental contribution to the communities in which we operate. As part of our sustainability strategy, we fully support the NHS Net Zero Supplier Roadmap, which charts a route towards a net-zero healthcare system.

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion

We promote equality, diversity and inclusion across the organisation, with dedicated forums and staff groups to focus on the most important areas of staff engagement, delivering real improvements that enhance the overall staff experience for all our colleagues.


We also recognise the importance of health and wellbeing for all of our colleagues, promoting a culture of care that is underpinned by a dedicated Wellbeing Strategy, providing a range of resources and support to make sure that everyone looks after themselves and their physical and mental health.

Keeping safe and well – Our wellbeing support package

We know how important it is for our colleagues to have access to resources that help look after their physical and mental health & wellbeing both at work and home.  Supported by a Wellbeing Strategy, we have put real focus on creating a sustainable wellbeing culture that encourages everyone to bring their best self to work.

Dedicated wellbeing champions

Our dedicated Wellbeing Champions are there to promote key health and wellbeing campaigns, services and initiatives while seeking feedback from colleagues and helping share best practice

Financial health budgeting support

InJoy offers expert tips and tools including a budget planner, mortgage affordability calculator, baby costs calculator and more, to help improve the financial wellbeing of our staff

Team building events

We organise team building events to encourage social interaction, reduce stress and promote a more positive work environment

GP service access through mobile app

Our private healthcare scheme, available to all eligible staff, gives access to many additional benefits, such as 24/7 GP appointments through a mobile app

Freedom to speak up guardians

Our team of Freedom to Speak Up Guardians are always on hand to support any staff wishing to raise concerns confidentially, without fear of any consequences

Supportive Bereavement Policy

We offer flexible support for staff who experience the loss of a loved one

More than 40 trained Mental Health First Aiders

Our large team of trained Mental Health First Aiders provide staff with someone to talk to when they need it and are able to signpost to external support services when appropriate

Safe working environments and incident reporting

Staff health and safety are really important at InHealth, so we have practical steps in place to ensure we offer a safe working environment, including weekly communications

Dedicated Wellbeing Steering Group

Our dedicated Wellbeing Steering Group regularly meet to discuss ideas, explore next steps and actions that we can take to improve life at InHealth from a wellbeing perspective

Appraisals, reviews and regular manager meetings

We offer opportunities for self-development and
personal growth, with guidance and toolkits to support
our Learning, Development and Performance culture

Wellbeing Guardian at Executive Level

Working with our Executive Wellbeing Guardian, staff are fully supported with their health and wellbeing, helping to ensure a positive employee experience and the delivery of effective patient care

Wellbeing section on InJoy

Our mobile-enabled staff benefits platform, InJoy, has a dedicated 24/7 Wellbeing Centre with practical tips on looking after ourselves physically, mentally, financially and nutritionally

Staff Partnership Forum

The Forum is a way to enable open discussion and meaningful consultation, as well as active involvement in the decision-making process for any topics that relate to our people and their wellbeing

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Forum

The Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Forum actively listens, discusses matters, next steps and actions that we can take to improve the inclusion and representation across InHealth

Occupational Health provider

We provide easy access to services and referrals through our Occupational Health provider

Promotion of wellbeing messages

Through regular staff communications, colleagues are provided with useful tips and resources, as well as external partners signposts to wellbeing services

Employee Assistance Programme

All staff have 24/7 access to an Employee Assistance Programme – an anonymous service with counselling, Psychologists & mental health support available

Wellbeing sessions, talks and activities

We have wellbeing sessions during the week for staff to engage with, as well as talks and events at conferences, internal meetings and team events

Annual Staff Survey

Our annual Staff Survey asks dedicated questions on wellbeing so that we can continually improve and make InHealth an even greater place to work

Wellbeing support from the start

Even before the induction stage, our welcome packs provide staff with wellbeing resources to support them throughout their InHealth journey


Our benefits and rewards package

We know how important it is for our colleagues to enjoy their roles, but to also feel engaged and cared for as people. With that in mind, we offer a fantastic benefits and rewards package, supported by our mobile-enabled rewards platform called InJoy. Benefits include…

Competitive pay and annual review

For every eligible member of the InHealth team, we have an annual performance-related pay review process in place

Flexible and hybrid working

True flexibility in many roles, with shift, pattern, and hour choices, including overtime, and support hybrid working for greater work/life balance

Cars and car allowances

For eligible roles, staff can choose between a company car or a car allowance, including options for electric cars

Generous parental leave

To support growing families, employees enjoy enhanced maternity and paternity leave, as well as an option to take shared parental leave

Private Medical Insurance

Available to all eligible staff, with employees paid for by InHealth and an option for staff to pay additionally for partner and family cover

Employer pension scheme

Personal contribution through salary sacrifice plus generous employer contributions (3%-5%). Staff can also elect to increase their contributions

Company sick pay benefit

In line with individual eligibility, staff can receive up to 12 weeks of company sick pay, based on length of service

Life Assurance benefit

Eligible staff can receive a benefit of between two and three times their salary in life assurance payments should the worst happen

Generous holiday entitlement

Annual leave allowances start from 25 or 27 days, plus 8 bank holidays, with additional days for long service up to 30 days a year

Paid Volunteering Day

All staff can use two half days or one full day to spend their time volunteering and give back to the wider global community

Discounts and cashback

Discounts from 1000’s of retailers and additional savings with the NHS Blue Light Card – save on all kinds of purchases

Equipment and uniforms

Where required for a role, all necessary information technology equipment and uniforms are provided free of charge

Cycle to work scheme

Up to £1,000 each year, deducted through salary sacrifice, so you can travel sustainably with the latest in cycling gear!

Smart tech purchase scheme

Enjoy a range of technology purchases, paying manageable monthly amounts, up to £1,200 and 2 applications per year

Employee Wellbeing Assistance

A 24/7 dedicated wellbeing hub and an Employee Assistance Programme – with anonymous counselling & mental health support

Gym membership discounts

With discounts available through InJoy, including self-pay options on a personal arrangement, staff can choose their membership

Health cash plan scheme

Through InJoy, staff can select personal policy options and explore services such as dental treatment

Professional memberships

Relevant subscriptions and memberships, such as HCPC, NMC and BIR  are paid for by InHealth, based on the job need

Eye care voucher scheme

These are available to all staff, with additional money off eye wear purchases

Discounts on InHealth services

All staff can enjoy discounts on our healthcare services, for themselves, friends or family through our Private Patient brand Vista Health

Refer a friend bonus scheme

Available to all staff, in line with eligibility, employees can receive between £250 and £1,000 for successful referrals

Relocation allowance

Fully-funded relocation support for both international and UK-based staff, including generous relocation allowances

Monthly awards and Long Service

An award programme and peer-to-peer recognition platform. We also recognise long service with vouchers or additional annual leave

Learning & development

Clear career pathways with internal opportunities, dedicated training days and apprenticeships. Plus a generous education bursary

Weekend payments

For eligible* clinical roles, we offer a weekend payment of up to £50!

* WEEKEND PAYMENTS: This includes colleagues delivering face to face patient care in the Targeted Lung Health Check mobile units, Endoscopy, AAA Screening, Breast Screening, PET-CT, Audiology, Mobiles, Imaging Centres and CDC’s. Note that this payment is not applicable to clinical staff working within the Echocardiography division, or Diabetic Eye Screening. The Weekend Payment does not apply to those on a flexible working agreement and part time workers that have requested to work weekend hours/days as part of their working agreement. The Weekend Payment also doesn’t apply to those who are working remotely or carrying out administrative work from home.

A great place to work

InHealth is proud to be a great place to work, employing more than 3,500 people across the UK.  Our 2022 Staff Survey achieved fantastic engagement results of 78%.  We really value our staff and offer great opportunities for personal and professional development. We’re passionate about equality, diversity and inclusion, welcoming and encouraging applications from people across all communities and backgrounds.

Research shows that while men apply for jobs when they meet an average of 60% of the criteria, women and people from underrepresented groups tend to only apply when they check every box. InHealth champions development and progression for everyone, so if you think you have what it takes, but don’t necessarily meet every single area on the job description, please still get in touch. We’d love to have a chat and see if you could be a great fit.

‘The Deal’

The Deal’ sets out the way that our people and managers engage with each other and with InHealth. It’s about what we expect everyone to give and receive from InHealth. Through The Deal, we want to make sure that everyone receives the support, opportunities and benefits that can help in their roles. In return, we ask everyone to give their best every day.

Award winning healthcare provider!

Having worked with the NHS for more than 30 years, we have formed some incredibly strong partnerships with individual Trusts… so we were absolutely delighted to win the award for ‘Best Healthcare Provider Partnership’ at the 2020 Health Service Journal (HSJ) Awards, which recognised our long-standing relationship with Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.

The HSJ Partnership Awards celebrate the most effective partnerships with the NHS and highlight benefits that working with the private and third sectors can bring to patients and NHS organisations. This award is true testament to showing how a fantastic relationship between the NHS and the independent sector really can work.

Staff Survey 2023

We are delighted with the results from our 2023 Staff Survey which showed an engagement score of 79%. This is the highest we’ve ever recorded and the third year-on-year increase that we have seen! This is a fantastic indicator that generally, our staff are very happy with life at InHealth, and in the last 12 months, we have made meaningful improvements and a positive difference.

Highlights included:

  • 95% of staff would recommend InHealth services to friends and family
  • 93% know what is expected of them at work
  • 92% say that new members of the team are made to feel welcome
  • 92% say that patient safety is a key priority
  • 86% say they have the information to do their job properly
  • 85% feel that InHealth respects individual differences
  • 84% say that their role offers them interesting work
  • 80% of staff feel valued by their team

Helpful videos

Here are some videos to help you learn about what it is like to join InHealth and work for the UK’s largest specialist provider of diagnostic and healthcare solutions.

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