We are Clinisupplies.

At Clinisupplies, we are transforming products and services to help people with continence challenges live more freely.

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Our Values

At Clinisupplies we have a core set of values, these are our guiding principles. Our values guide who we are and help shape our actions, culture, and environment. Our core beliefs define us and our direction.

  • Agile

    Agile

    At Clinisupplies Agility means we can move quickly to meet the needs of our consumers. We respond and act on behalf of the community we serve to ensure our products and services meet the needs of those that use them.

    We try to ensure our processes and systems are designed to be intuitive and accurate from product design, manufacturing and to point of delivery so that you can be confident in a high-quality experience.

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    Collaborative

    Collaborative

    We work together. We believe in a collaborative team approach and encourage diversity of thought to challenge and gather varied opinions. We partner with healthcare professionals to guide and influence our work. The NHS helps us shape high quality services and consumer feedback enables us to enhance our offerings. Whether you are interacting with our nursing team, sales team or customer services, we want your journey with us to exceed all expectations.

  • Curious

    Curious

    Curiosity at Clinisupplies is driven from our passion to make things better for those that face bladder and bowel challenges. We listen, to understand more and develop solutions that help our consumers live freer lives. The team at Clinisupplies are encouraged to ask questions, be inquisitive and develop a deep connection with our community. That way, we can deliver ever-improving products and services for people who need us.

  • Sustainable

    Sustainable

    At Clinisupplies, we carefully consider the wider impact of our operations on sustainability. We do this in two ways: commitment and action. We recognise that every decision we make contributes to our legacy and our planet. Through customer and supplier engagement, we ensure our products perform to expectation, before, during and after use.

    At the heart of Clinisupplies is a culture that values its people and its community. But our journey doesn’t stop there. We believe in transparency, and to that end we measure and communicate our sustainability milestones.

    For more information, visit our sustainability page

  • Wellness
    Wellness

    Wellness

    Wellness to us at Clinisupplies ultimately means how well and happy we and our customers are. It’s not only physical health but also how content we feel.

    We see wellness holistically, as an active pursuit that influences our choices, intentions, and actions. Our aim is consumer satisfaction. We promote individual wellness and offer each other support within our organisation: social, emotional, spiritual, physical and mental to ensure our culture and environment contributes to optimal health and wellbeing.

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Our Story

Click below to watch a video that explains who we are and why we do what we do.

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Why we are
 different

We put the consumer at the heart of everything we do – Innovative product design, dedicated specialist nurses, superior customer service and home delivery.

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Home delivery

At Clinisupplies we have two Home Delivery Services, Nightingale and Clinidirect. Both offer dedicated, specialist nursing advice and a high quality service. We want to make sure you get the right products when you need them.

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Education hub

Our Education Hub provides articles on a wide range of topics to answer your questions and help you learn. Ever evolving, the Hub is updated by a dedicated team of experts.

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Specialist nursing team

Clinisupplies have a team of highly skilled registered nurses who have experience in managing the needs of people with bladder/bowel dysfunction. Collectively they have experience of working within urology, urogynaecology, continence and colorectal specialities.

Our team

Meet our leadership team and find out more about their roles and experience

Paul Cook

Chief Executive Officer

Amanda Cass

Chief People Officer

Nick Buckle

Chief Marketing Officer

Martin Beynon

Chief Clinical & Regulatory Officer

Samik Basu

Chief Financial Officer

Steve Tattersall

Chief Operations Officer

Joseph Connolly

Chief Sales Officer

Paul Cook

Chief Executive Officer

Paul has a wealth of leadership, general management, and commercial experience that he has gained from his +20 years work in the Medtech & healthcare industry. Having led Clinisupplies as CEO for several years now and having previously held senior leadership roles at a variety of global healthcare organisations, he has become a recognised and successful industry leader. At his core, he has a passion to ensure the organisation helps as many people as possible to live their lives freer by making a real difference for consumers, healthcare professionals and health systems globally. Paul is also hugely focused on the “Clini-culture” and actively encourages the whole team to explore their curiosity and drive innovation, whilst being agile and adventurous in the pursuit of our ambition.   Paul is married to Natalie and has two children, Isabella and Zack and spends as much time with them as possible. He’s also known for being an avid runner and very keen Rugby fan! 

Amanda Cass

Chief People Officer

As our Chief People Officer, Amanda is responsible for leading our talent agenda, creating a great culture, and developing a strong people strategy to support our growth plans.  Amanda has a wealth of HR experience having held senior roles in the healthcare, retail, pharmaceutical and financial services sectors, working for a number of globally recognised brands.   Amanda is passionate about people, from attracting exceptional talent to helping employees achieve their career aspirations all brought together within a dynamic, open, and collaborative culture.  She believes that work should be an environment that not only allows people to fully develop their skills but where they can have fun as well.   

Nick Buckle

Chief Marketing Officer

Nick has 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry working in Sales, Project Management and Marketing. Before joining the private sector, Nick was a nurse working in Emergency & Medical departments. Nick’s experience of clinical practice combined with his creative and curious outlook results in Clinisupplies constantly seeking to improve products and services for all our customers.  Outside of work you can find Nick either kayaking, running, or spending time with his family and energetic dogs. 

Martin Beynon

Chief Clinical & Regulatory Officer

Martin is a Registered Nurse with over 35 years’ experience in the Urology and Continence Care arena. He worked in the NHS in clinical and education roles in both Cardiff and London before moving to the commercial sector 22 years ago. In his time in the commercial environment, he has held senior Marketing, Clinical and Regulatory leadership positions. Martin is passionate about improving health outcomes and education and he continues to provide clinical expertise and guidance in the development of new products and services in this sector.  Martin lives with his partner Shaun and dog Hiro.     

Samik Basu

Chief Financial Officer

Samik has over 15 years of commercial experience having worked in a variety of industries for companies across the Americas, Europe, sub-Saharan Africa, and India. His areas of expertise are in corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions, operational transformation, and technology implementation. He holds an MBA from Yale University, an Adv. Dip. in Management Accounting from CIMA, and a bachelor’s degree in engineering.   Driven by continuous improvement, he is perpetually on the look-out for new opportunities to optimise the way things are done. At the same time, he relishes bringing people and resources together to achieve positive outcomes for all.  Samik always looks forward to family time with his wife, Aditi and their daughter, Sarika. He enjoys golf, skiing, and badminton, and at the end of a long day, he likes a glass of wine to unwind. 

Steve Tattersall

Chief Operations Officer

Steve is an experienced med-tech Operations leader having held roles in Quality, R+D, Engineering and Manufacturing Leadership over his 18+ years working for a world leading medical device manufacturing company. Steve studied at the University of Plymouth, first gaining a BSc in Analytical Chemistry and later, an MBa in Business Management.  Steve is passionate about driving improvements in operational performance to deliver greater quality and value to our customers. Steve lives in the southwest of England with his wife Neda, daughter Parya and spaniel Penny. In his spare time Steve enjoys cycling and playing golf with friends.  

Joseph Connolly

Chief Sales Officer

Joe is an expert sales leader with over 17 years+ experience in global healthcare organisations.  Originally qualified as a Nurse in 2000 but transitioned to sales leadership in 2007 and therefore possesses a strong sense of clinical insight, and an ability to form lasting partnerships both with internal team members and healthcare economies alike.  He is an award-winning driver of high-performance behaviours delivering consistent growth whilst continuously improving. Joe is passionate about motivating others to deliver results.  He lives with his partner Faye and together they have four children Jack, Zac, Florence and Ivy.  A keen guitarist and fitness enthusiast outside of work who believes that anything is possible if you work hard enough for it.

Careers

We are passionate about healthcare. We’re also passionate about people.

People are the driving force behind our success and as a growing organisation, we recognise the importance and the impact of uniting around a shared vision or a common goal. Without our great values such as agility, curiosity and collaboration, it simply wouldn’t be possible for us to deliver on our commitments to excellence and sustainability. Great people mean we can continue to develop high quality solutions and shape a culture in which everyone can be creative, challenge one another, grow productivity and build strong relationships.

Vacancies at Clinisupplies

You'll see a selection of our current vacancies on the right. Click on the links to view the individual vacancy or alternatively click the bottom button to view all our vacancies.

If you’re interested in working with us, but can’t see an appropriate vacancy, don’t worry! We’d love to hear from you. Please send your CV to recruitment@clinisupplies.co.uk

For more information on how we handle your personal data during the recruitment process, see our  Recruitment Privacy Policy.

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The team at Clinisupplies are passionate about making sure you have the information you need. If you need to contact us we are here to listen, we are here to help you live more freely.

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home delivery

At Clinisupplies we have two Home Delivery Services, Nightingale and Clinidirect, both offer dedicated specialist nursing advice when needed and a high-quality service, ensuring you get the right products when you need them, delivered directly to you.