It was great to meet and welcome to our new offices our local MP Eddie Hughes who visited Curian to learn about the good community work our team does day to day and also understand more about an exciting, thriving company (that’s us!) in his constituency.
Curian Medical are super excited to be welcoming Eddie Hughes, Member of Parliament for Walsall North, to our new offices in Willenhall tomorrow afternoon.
We are very much looking forward to an opportunity to discuss what we do here at Curian Medical and also talk about the work we do within the community and in particular with St Giles C of E Primary School.
This weekend Curian Medical are celebrating our 8th birthday.
We would like to say a massive thank you to our customers, patients, suppliers and associates for their continued support.
A big thank you also to our loyal employees who continue to support Curian on our journey – we have a fantastic team.
This year has been no exception as we continue to grow and expand our portfolio of services. We have seen the launch of our fixed fee surgery and further treatment packages and fixed fees for orthopaedic and pain management consultations. In addition our diagnostic imaging network continues to grow with imaging now available in the Republic of Ireland.
To support Curians growth we are also delighted to announce that we have had a busy week and moved into our new offices in Willenhall. Further information in relation to our move and some pictures to follow.
Curian Medical would like to inform all patients, customers, suppliers and associates that we have some essential IT maintenance planned during the morning of Thursday 25th July 2019.
This will result in our team being out of contact for one hour between 9.00 a.m and 10.00 a.m this Thursday.
We would like to take this opportunity to apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.
We aim to keep any disruption to service to a minimum and will be back on line after 10.00 to take your calls and respond to emails.
Curian Medical not only celebrate our birthday in July, but the first ever MRI scan was done this month in 1978 by Sir Peter Mansfield. The scan of Sir Peter’s abdomen was the first MRI of organs within the body.
To date there are now some 360,000 scanners in operation worldwide and 100 million scans undertaken annually!
Curian Medical are one of the leading providers of diagnostic imaging to the personal injury sector. With over 250 venues available and now offering imaging within the Republic of Ireland we are a perfect rehabilitation partner to the medico legal sector. Curian offer competitive fixed fees across our network and our ever increasing network ensures that patients do not travel far. To learn more about our nationwide diagnostic imaging services and our full portfolio of rehabilitation services, do give us a call and speak with our Business Relationship Manager, Martin Eccles.
Year 6 Trip to the Natural History Museum – London
Curian Medical have enjoyed a great relationship this academic year with our local primary school – St Giles C of E.
To finish off this academic year we have the pleasure of supporting the Year 6 trip today to the Natural History Museum. It was a very early start for all this morning as they departed at 7.00 a.m. Kennedy within our Compliance Department was super excited to be joining the Year 6 pupils on their last school trip of primary school.
On behalf of us all here at Curian we hope you all have a fantastic day! We look forward to continuing to build our relationship with the staff and pupils of this fantastic local school.
Curian Medical are excited to announce that we are now offering fixed fees for Orthopaedic and Pain Management Consultations. The new fixed fee structure compliments the package fees we already have in place for surgery and further treatments.
As a reminder, here are just some of the features of Curian Medicals fixed price surgery packages which include;
* the accommodation and meals at the hospital for as long as the patient is required to stay at the hospital as advised by the Consultant
* the nursing care while the patient is being treated at the hospital
* theatre fees, healthcare professionals operating fee, anaesthetist fees, drugs and dressings
* basic walking aids where clinically required (such as walking sticks or crutches and wheelchairs for use in the hospital)
* take-home drugs advised by the Consultant
* removal of stitches, dressings or plaster, if required
* post operative physiotherapy, if necessary
* one follow-up consultation with the Consultant, where clinically required
Fixed fees give peace of mind with no unexpected invoices!
Why not contact our Business Relationship Manager, Martin Eccles to hear how we can support your organisation and your clients with our nationwide rehabilitation services.
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It is with much excitement that Curian welcomes Dr Neil Carrigan as our National Clinical Lead for Psychotherapy and Psychology. Neil gained his PhD in Psychology in 2002 researching how patients make decisions about their healthcare. He went on to hold a number of research posts in academia and industry before qualifying as a clinical psychologist in 2014. Neil is registered with the HCPC and also an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist with the BABCP.
Neil works collaboratively with people experiencing a broad range of mental health problems. He tailors principles from empirically supported treatments to the needs of individual, bringing warmth, compassion and flexibility to all of his clinical work.
The National Clinical Lead role with Curian Medical is extremely varied however it includes providing clinical direction for the business, mentoring our panel of therapists and Curative Team, defining and developing new services and protocols, as well as reviewing client’s progression through treatment and being available to discuss treatment when required.
I am sure you will join us in giving Dr Neil Carrigan a very warm welcome!
It is the turn of Kennedy, who works within our Compliance Department to head back to school this afternoon. Each Friday a member of our team head over to St Giles C of E Primary School in Willenhall, to support the children with Golden Reading Hour.
These regular reading sessions are not only valued by the school and the children but also our employees within Curian too. The team benefit from the volunteering opportunity and really enjoy heading over to the school and assisting the children with their reading.
As this academic year draws to a close shortly we look forward to planning our involvement with St Giles for the new academic year.
Did you know that Curian Medical offer access to one of the largest diagnostic imaging networks? We continuously look to expand the network with some new facilities recently added within the Thames Valley, North East and South Wales areas.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is used frequently within the medico-legal sector and is particularly useful at providing highly detailed images together with valuable and accurate information about the structure of joints, soft tissue and bones of the body.
Just some of the advantages of using this imaging technique include;
- MRI is harmless for the patient – no radiation is involved
- Excellent detail makes MRI superior to some of the other imaging techniques available
- MRI contrast agent (where required) is usually gadolinium which is less allergenic than iodine based contrast agents used in other imaging modalities
It is widely known that there are disadvantages to MRI scanning, however here at Curian Medical we have worked hard to put in place solutions for our customers;
Availability – We have developed one of the largest networks throughout the country ensuring patients no longer have to travel far for diagnostic imaging
Affordability – Curian Medical have implemented fixed fees for our customers in order that our diagnostic imaging services are cost effective and competitive
Results – Excellent working relationships within our network ensures appointments and results are provided at the earliest opportunity ultimately speeding up any further treatments or rehabilitation that may be required
Contra-indications – Whilst we understand that not everyone is compatible for an MRI scan, we have protocols in place to ensure that each patient completes a safety questionnaire prior to imaging. Where necessary Curian Medical can co-ordinate alternative imaging techniques or co-ordinate any further investigations, such as x-rays to ensure no contra-indications exist.
Open scanners – We appreciate due to anxiety or claustrophobia that not all patients will be suitable for a conventional MRI scanner. With this in mind Curian Medical have developed access to a number of Open MRI scanners across the country.
If you would like to hear further information regarding our nationwide diagnostic imaging or rehabilitation services then do feel free to contact Martin Eccles our Business Relationship Manager on 0121 732 9860 or email at email@example.com.
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