Martyn is responsible for the overall philosophy and direction of the IPRS Group. He is a supporter of the team ethic and to cascading the principles of elite sport into a commercial environment.
Martyn is a highly successful and experienced business director, who has constantly delivered within a complex and highly competitive UK, European and world-wide, healthcare service sector.
Paula joined IPRS in January 2015 as Group Training Manger, she loves training, coaching, helping and mentoring people, and is passionate about building positive working relationships. Projects that she has been involved in since working for IPRS include:- setting up a training facility in Croydon, restructure of the company induction, writing the Group Learning & Development Strategy, designing and delivering Receptionist Training and PRDP Training for all staff and managers. In April 2016 Paula's job role changed from Group Training Manager to PFAS Services Manager.
Amy started working for IPRS in August 2013 as a part time Medical Receptionist. Whilst in this role Amy continually undertook additional tasks, increasing her knowledge of the business and associated procedures, so in 2016 Amy was promoted into her current role of Recruitment Coordinator in order to keep up with growing needs of the business. Her organisational skills, friendly approach and knowledge of all clearance procedures make ideally suited to be the first point of contact all potential candidates have with PFAS.
Lindsey joined IPRS as a part time Customer Service Advisor in July 2012 working wihtin the IPRS Health Operations Department. In July 2014 she joined the PIP team, working as a PIP Administrator, in this role her administration and management skills became obvious. Whilst in this role Lindsey gained an in depth knowledge of our client and the contract, gradually taking on further responsibilities, this led to her being promoted to her current role as Service Delivery Manager North, with responsibility for the service delivery within our clinics in Milton Keynes, Norwich, Ipswich and Canning Town.
Laura joined IPRS in August 2014 as a Medical Receptionist, her aptitude for the role meant she was promoted to reception co-ordinator in a matter of months. Laura showed her management qualities in this role - setting up pathways and procedures, her empathy for our claimants was also clear to see. A natural progression came in December 2015 when she was further promoted into her current role, Service Delivery Manager South. Taking on responsibility for the service delivery within our clinics in Eastbourne, Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells and Croydon - Laura's strong communication skills, knowledge of the service, positive attitude and multi - tasking skills have helped her to manage sites remotely and provide support to the on site teams.
James joined IPRS in April 2016. Previous to this he worked for Atos for two and a half years starting as a Home Health Practitioner, moving onto delivering training and opening and running assessment centres before working for the last year as the clinical link lead between Atos and PFAS.
I Joined IPRS in August 2016. I have been a qualified Adult Nurse since 2009. My most recent post before joining IPRS was working as a Clinical Lead for 18 months for Atos Healthcare taking responsibility for the clinical quality of three supply chain partners. I developed strong auditing skills, created and delivered training and ran pilot studies to improve clinical quality.
Qualifications Bachelor of Adult Nursing 2009.