Who we are
As part of the largest network of independent hospitals in the UK, our 59 hospitals have always been at the heart of their communities.
We offer complex or routine procedures from 115 specialities and services, with centres in orthopaedic, spinal, neurology, cardiology or cancer care. Our services cater to both UK-based or international patients, patients who choose to self-pay or are referred by the NHS, as well as to those who are covered by private medical insurance.
We are committed to your professional development, ensuring we support you at every stage in your career. Whether you are entering as a Health Care Assistant, Clinical Specialist or a Theatre Practitioner, there are opportunities for you to grow and develop.
Take a look at a possible career pathway below to see how you could develop with us.
||Training and Development Required...
|Health Care Assistant
||Assistant Practitioner via Level 5 Course
|Theatre Practitioner (scrub or anaesthetics)
- Clinical Specialist or Team leader
- Surgical First Assistant via recognised Surgical First Assistant course.
- Deputy Theatre Manager or Clinical Services Manager via Institute of Leadership and Management Level 3 course.
|Clinical Specialist, Team Leader or Surgical First Assistant
||Deputy Theatre Manager or Clinical Services Manager via Institute of Leadership and Management Level 3 course.
|Deputy Theatre Manager or Clinical Services Manager.
||Director of Clinical Services / Executive Director / DOPs via Institute of Leadership and Management Level 5 course.
Why Choose BMI
As a Theatre Practitioner you will be working in a close-knit and diverse team, ensuring patients are cared for in what is a daunting time for them. Our independent patient satisfaction survey supports this - 98.0%* of patients said the quality of their care was very good, or excellent. Our hospitals offer both complex and routine procedures where no two days are the same. You will feel supported by your colleagues, as well as work alongside and learn from Consultants who are at the forefront of medical care.
Disclaimer: During the period of January to December 2017, BMI Healthcare received 82,353 completed Friends and Family postcards.
Benefits of Being a Theatre Practitioner at BMI Healthcare
- Flexible working hours to suit your individual lifestyle and to help create a good work/life balance
- Career progression opportunities whether it be via the clinical or managerial route
- Surgical specialism
- Accredited training in clinical and non-clinical topics
Interested? Search and apply for Theatre roles here.