Reporting for Medica - Reporting with the full picture, why settle for anything less?

Some things in life are essential, and for our reporters, access to the full picture is one of them, giving you all the information at your fingertips.

Reporting for Medica means you create your own work pattern. Supporting our hospitals doesn’t have to come at the cost of being late for dinner or missing parents’ evening.

We will work collaboratively together to create a healthy work life balance. Our reporters work when it suits them, where it suits them; a lot or a little. The choice is yours and our support makes it happen.

"At Medica, you benefit from a system that is just like ‘looking into’ the hospital – having the same information that a radiologist in-house would have means I never feel like I am compromising on quality."

Consultant Radiologist

Work for Medica – the way it suits you

Work from home

Fitting in with you and
your lifestyle.

Homeworking with Medica

Working outside the UK

We’re global – work with us
wherever you are.

Where we are in the world

Benefits of working for Medica

Flexible working

Built around you

Varied work

No day is the same

Reporting with the full picture

Access to prior reports and images

24-hour support

Round the clock help

Backed by our clinical experts

Frequently asked questions

We’ll work alongside you to build a bespoke reporting pattern around your existing commitments. The average reporting pattern for home reporting radiologists is 9 hours each week of Elective (cold) reporting and 8 hours each month of NightHawk (acute/emergency) reporting.

We’ve established a reputation for unrivalled clinical quality, and this is something we are proud to maintain through our full-time Medical Director and dedicated Clinical Governance team. We work closely with our clients to ensure exceptional image quality, and have a system in place for you to raise all critical and urgent findings, ensuring optimal patient safety and outcome.

Medica reporters are free to sign up either as sole traders or through limited companies and our contract documentation is fully IR-35 compliant.

During the recruitment process and your early days with us, we build up a profile of your sub-speciality interests and areas of expertise across multiple modalities, to tailor your worklists to provide you with the best possible experience and our clients’ patients with the best possible care.

When you join us, we’ll talk about your current commitments to help you build a customised and adaptable job plan around all you and your lifestyle. It’s not set in stone though – it’s flexible and can be changed to suit you both long-term and short-term, or to accommodate holiday time off or emergencies.

No, because all of our recruitment is online – so wherever you are in the world, we can speak together. Training is given through your workstation, whether you choose to report from home or from a reporting centre.

No, we provide all the top-of-the-range hardware required for your ideal home workstation with no set-up or rental fees, and we ship worldwide. We’ll send you the equipment and get it set up for you either in person if you’re in the UK or with remote help if you’re not.

Yes, all Medica reporters are required to have suitable private medical indemnity insurance which we will need to take a copy of for our own records.

Whether you are reporting from home or from a Medica reporting centre, you will be provided with a full PACS workstation, including a PACS monitor, two dual-colour DICOM monitors, and high quality Dragon Medical voice recognition software.

Medica already has a number of reporters in Australia, New Zealand and countries throughout Europe.
Please contact our recruitment team to discuss specific countries.

Have more questions?

Talk to our recruitment team