• If you are interested in working at Regent’s Park Healthcare, please contact us.
  • We are always interested to hear from high quality, motivated professionals willing to work in the technically challenging and complex settings that our healthcare facilities demand.
  • We are particularly interested in people with cardiac professional backgrounds with training in interventional cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology.
  • To register your interest in part-time or full-time positions, please respond to the specific instructions on each vacancy or send an email to providing a cover letter stating your area of expertise or interest, together with your CV.
  • Please see our current vacancies below.

Current Vacancies


Cambridge Heart Clinic: Echocardiographers
Job Reference: 100721
Location: Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, CB2 0QQ
Full Time and Part Time positions
Start date: Immediate
Salary: £42,000 – £52,000
depending on experience

Job Summary

  • To provide high quality trans-thoracic echocardiography services within the Cambridge Heart Clinic, based within Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge

Key Skills and Responsibilities

  • The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills and be BSE accredited.
  • You will be responsible for performing and reporting cardiac echo and will be used to working autonomously.
  • You will be able to prioritise your workload and have the ability to be flexible and adaptable whilst undertaking your role.
  • You will have the opportunity to work closely with the support staff in managing your caseload and must provide the  highest quality care to your patients.

A brief outline of the clinical duties, management and educational responsibilities are shown below:

Clinical Duties

  • To effectively manage your own workload.
  • To assist with the efficient running of the outpatient service by prioritising daily workload.
  • To maintain standards of technical competency in the provision of non-invasive cardiology.
  • To provide and participate in a reporting outpatient echo service.
  • Liaising with administrative staff to organise lists and prioritise workload.
  • To ensure all equipment and work area is maintained to the highest standards of hygiene and functionality.
  • To ensure that stock levels of consumables are maintain.
  • To be responsible for identifying equipment faults, and directly resolve fault issues.
  • Reporting patient results in a timely manner.
  • To provide interpretation and full technical reporting on echocardiograms performed.
  • To effectively, promptly, and professionally respond to emergency situations maintaining control and requesting assistance as necessary.
  • To work according to local policies and protocols.
  • To treat patients with kindness and respect at all times.

Management Responsibilities

  • To maintain own clinical competency.
  • To manage case load and prioritise patient lists to maximise efficiency.
  • To work as part of the multi-disciplinary team.
  • To implement and audit cases to ensure quality.
  • To successfully manage time in order to affect a balance between clinical and admin duties.
  • Contribute to and accurately participate in the correct reporting and handling of incidents

Educational Responsibilities

  • To hold and maintain BSE accreditation.
  • To work in accordance with standards set by BSE.
  • To participate in mandatory training and audit activities as required under BSE guidance and rules.

To learn more about this vacancy, please email Bryn Webber, Cardiac Services Director, providing a cover letter and CV.


Head Office: Cardiac Operations Associate/Cardiac Services Manager (This job has recently been filled)
Job Reference: 22052021
Location: Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5 3HU

  • This exciting new role would ideally suit an ambitious cardiac nurse, radiographer or cardiac physiologist with at least 3 years of cath lab experience who is looking to make their first step into a junior management position with our Company
  • The balance of clinical and operational management duties would be decided with the successful candidate

A brief outline of the roles and responsibilities are shown below:

  • Drive in conjunction with the Operations and Executive Team the daily operational activities of the Company
  • Using your clinical cardiac experience to initiate, lead and complete projects within defined time & financial constraints
  • Working with a wide spectrum of industry stakeholders in the areas of operations, staffing and finance as well as liaising with senior doctors and allied health professionals
  • Working cross-functionally to understand daily activity and produce effective, timely communications between the Executive Team and frontline operating teams
  • Assist in the development of HR strategies and thinking creatively on how best to recruit, deploy and retain staff within strict budgets
  • Forecasting to ensure adequate medium and long-term operational resource needs of staff and equipment.
  • Maintaining equipment asset registers and leading on the equipment maintenance manifest and audits
  • Assisting and eventually leading the annual ISO 9001 audits for the company to meet its compliance and regulatory requirements
  • Monitoring & managing medium and long-term operational effectiveness across the company

To learn more about this vacancy, please email Bryn Webber, Cardiac Services Director, providing a cover letter and CV.


Permanent & Locum Cardiac Physiologists, Cath Lab Nurses, Cardiac Radiographers
Job Reference: 2206
Location: Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK
Start date: April, 2021

  • To work as part of the multi-disciplinary team in a brand new Cardiology Unit comprising a cardiac cath lab and daycase recovery unit
  • Philips Azurion 7 system with GE Maclab haemodynamic monitoring
  • To assist with PCI, Angiograms, Pacing and Device implantation
  • To co-ordinate services provided within the laboratory and associated day unit
  • To be responsible for patient monitoring while undergoing procedures
  • To perform cardiac investigations and therapy procedures as requested
  • Aim to deliver the highest quality care
  • Maintain and develop skills necessary for this post
  • Ensure clinical equipment and work area is maintained to the highest standard of hygiene and functionality
  • Attractive rates of pay

To learn more about these vacancies, please email Bryn Webber, Cardiac Services Director, providing a cover letter and CV.

Specialised Cardiac Physiologist – Electrophysiology, Cath Lab (Cath Labs)
Job Reference: 2212
Location: Various locations, UK

  • To work as part of a multi-disciplinary team in our cath labs providing managed cardiac EP & Ablation services
  • Clinical Physiology Degree preferred
  • IBHRE and HRC accreditation essential
  • Attractive rates of pay

To learn more about this vacancy, please email us providing a cover letter and CV if possible.


Clinic Administrator (Dorset Heart Clinic)
Job Reference: DHC2021
Location: Bournemouth, Dorset, UK

  • The post holder will be responsible for the provision of an effective administration service to the clinic working alongside other Secretaries / Administrators / Managers / Consultants
  • The post-holder will liaise with the multi-disciplinary team, internal departments and external agencies to ensure continuity in achieving excellence in patient care
  • This job description is generic and will develop over time to meet the specific needs of the service

To learn more about this vacancy, please email us providing a cover letter and CV if possible.

Variety of Cath Lab, Recovery Nurse and Overnight Staffing Positions (Peninsula Heart Clinic)
Job Reference: PHC2021
Location: Plymouth, Devon, UK