Could we be looking for you?

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced Administrator to join our Curative Team here at Curian Medical.

We have dynamic and enthusiastic employees for whom we are committed to providing continuous staff development and training, while ensuring we provide opportunities for them to progress.

We have just recently move to new offices within Willenhall which have excellent facilities.

We are looking for a candidate to have;

*proven experience as an Administrator in an office environment

* IT skills and be IT literate with a good knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel

*excellent customer care, communication and organisational skills

Previous experience of working within a call centre environment or within the medical sector would be advantageous, however not essential. Onsite training will be provided.

The candidate will enjoy working as part of a dedicated team, however be able to work using their own initiative.

Hours of work are 09.00 a.m to 5.00 p.m – Monday to Friday

If you are able to meet this criteria then we would be interested in hearing from you.  In the first instance please contact our Operational Lead, Karl Newman with a CV and covering letter. Please email to knewman@curianmedical.co.uk

 

Looking to partner with a trusted and respected nationwide provider of rehabilitation

….then you need look no further.

Switching providers for a nationwide rehabilitation service should not be a daunting task.  Here at Curian Medical we will work closely with you every step of the way to ensure a seamless transition.

Our customer base covers most organisations, but we specialise in supporting Solicitors, Medical Legal Agencies, Insurers and Case Management Companies.

Curian Medical;

  • Support you with a white labelling solution that enables you to tailor parts of our rehabilitation pathway to fit with your needs.
  • Provide you with an account handler from our Curative Team who will work closely with your case handlers and become an extension of your services. We pride ourselves on building excellent relationships with the people we work with.
  • Deliver timely and effective rehabilitation utilising experts from our extensive networks. With one of the largest networks within the rehabilitation sector we ensure patients do not have to travel far for appointments.
  • Appreciate that communication is key and we keep our customers informed of their patients pathway every step of the way, via our bespoke patient management system.
  • Have robust policies and procedures in place and in line with our clinical governance policies regularly audit across our rehabilitation offering to ensure that we continually deliver to the highest standards possible.
  • Have a strong, healthy balance sheet and we are a viable, sustainable business.
  • Take seriously the security of patient data. Our servers are only accessible by security-cleared personnel, controlled by extensive CCTV monitoring and state-of-the-art access control systems.
  • Provide high quality, timely rehabilitation at affordable prices.

To learn more about Curian Medical, our nationwide services and discover how we can support you, please do contact our Business Development Director, Amanda O’Neill on 0121 732 9860.

Nationwide EMDR

What is EMDR?

EMDR is an acronym for ‘Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing’.

EMDR is used for individuals who have experienced severe trauma that remains unresolved.  When a traumatic or distressing experience occurs, it may overwhelm normal cognitive and neurological coping mechanisms. The memory and associated stimuli are inadequately processed and stored in an isolated memory network. The goal of EMDR therapy is to process these distressing memories, reducing their lingering effects and allowing patients to develop more adaptive coping mechanisms.

EMDR is not simply the use of eye movements. Rather it is a comprehensive therapeutic approach with principles, protocols and procedures with the goal of reducing distress in the shortest period of time.

What can I expect when I meet the therapist?

When you first meet with your EMDR therapist, your therapist will spend time getting to know your history. This generally includes the kind of distress you are experiencing, the kind of difficulties you have experienced, if you have physical problems, if you are taking medication and explore the support you have. If your therapist feels EMDR is suited for your difficulty, then s/he will describe the EMDR model to you and explain the theory.

You can ask your therapist questions and express any concerns you may have. Your therapist will spend some time doing some relaxation exercises with you, which could include ‘safe or pleasant place’ exercises, guided visualisation, deep muscle relaxation, breathing retraining etc.

Once you and your therapist feel that you are sufficiently prepared, you can then target a distressing memory with the eye movements or other forms of left-right alternating stimulation, such as sound or taps. Your therapist will ask you to select an image that represents the distressing event. You will then be asked to think about negative and positive thoughts, your feelings, the amount of distress you feel and where you feel it in your body.

Your therapist will then begin the eye movements while you hold the image in mind. After each set of eye movements your therapist will ask you what came to mind or what you noticed during the eye movements. During the eye movements you may experience the distressing event quite intensely to start with, but this distress generally reduces as the memory is processed with EMDR.

Your therapist will continue with the eye movements until your distress is reduced as much as possible. Your therapist will then ask you to think about your positive thought and also check whether there is any part of your body where you still feel distress. Before the end of the session, your therapist will give you time to feel calm again, using the safe-pleasant place exercise or relaxation techniques.

Conditions EMDR has successfully been used for

EMDR is a psychotherapy that aims to help you put the hurtful, tragic, humiliating, painful or frightening experiences behind you if you feel they are still affecting you now. As well as PTSD, it has been used successfully to treat a variety of problems where negative life experiences seem to be at the root of such diagnoses as:

  • anxiety and worry
  • low mood and depression
  • relationship difficulties
  • low self esteem
  • phobias
  • eating disorders
  • complex grief
  • addiction
  • chronic pain

Curian Medical has access to a number of therapists throughout the UK who are able to deliver EMDR treatment.  We offer appointments in a timely manner, close to the patients address and at competitive prices.  To learn more about our nationwide counselling services, which include CBT and EMDR, please do feel free to contact Amanda O’Neill, Business Development Director, on 0121 732 9860.

To learn how you can join our panel of experts for counselling services please do feel free to email us at enquiries@curianmedical.co.uk

We very much look forward to hearing from you.

Appointment of Operation Lead

I am delighted to be able to advise you that with immediate effect Karl Newman has been appointed as Operation Lead here at Curian Medical.

Karl joined the Curative Team as a referrals administrator and on behalf of us all we wish him every success in his new role.  Should you wish to contact Karl please call 0121 732 9860.

Should you wish to learn more about Curian Medical and how we can support your organisation with our nationwide rehabilitation services then please do contact Amanda O’Neill, Business Development Director on 07904 630054.

Curian Medical have moved!

With much excitement amongst us all here at Curian Medical, I am delighted to be able to advise you that we have now moved into our new offices in Willenhall.

Please do note our new contact details which have been updated here on our web-site.

Our new telephone number: 0121 732 9860.

We would like to thank all customers, suppliers and partners for their co-operation during our move.