Medicess is a nationwide injury and vocational rehabilitation company. We help patients to recover and return to work following simple, complex and catastrophic injuries, disease and psychological distress in the fastest possible timeframe.
Medicess work with a wide range of clients including claimant and defendant solicitors, insurance companies, loss adjusters and local authorities. We liaise with all interested parties prior to commencing any rehabilitation recommendations and believe such supportive conditions are essential to achieving successful outcomes.
Rehabilitation has to make a difference. We are dedicated to operating with clinical and vocational excellence in order to accelerate recovery and facilitate the best possible outcome for our patients.
We believe that effective case management requires an holistic understanding of the patient’s needs. Each patient is an individual and it is, therefore, essential that rehabilitation is tailored to specific needs, rather than adopting a ‘one size fits all’ approach.
We employ a multi-disciplinary team approach to ensure that expertise is drawn from the appropriate medical and vocational disciplines. Every case is overseen by a GMC registered Doctor and our Case Managers are from a variety of health professions, including psychologists, physiotherapists, nurses and occupational therapists.
Medicess only employ high quality, experienced professionals; this applies to both our clinical and support staff. All our people undergo Continuous Professional Development and are monitored to ensure they operate within their professional and regulatory obligations.
Regulation is essential in the management and delivery of rehabilitation, as it protects patient’s rights, as well as assuring clinical quality, ethics, and fitness to practice. The unique way in which we manage cases means that Medicess clinicians are regulated by bodies such as the General Medical Council (GMC), the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).We are therefore duty bound to act with professional and ethical integrity, and remain patient-centred. Traditional “Case Management” organisations cannot provide the same degree of regulatory reassurances.