PMD is #MakingEveryBreathCount improving patient outcomes & safety with RespiraSense, a revolutionary sensor platform for continuous respiratory rate monitoring

Making Every Breath Count!

At PMD we have a motto that sums up our intent and the premise on which our company was established…..

Making Every Breath Count!

Careers at PMD Solutions


Clinical Change Specialist

Reports To

The Marketing Director

Job Overview

The full-time permeant role is to lead the way in delivering industry-leading training on the importance of the early recognition of patient deterioration with Critical Care Outreach, Post-surgical, Emergency, and respiratory ward clinical teams. It will be to support Central and Northern London based hospitals in the use of a novel patient wearable device. It will involve supporting new customers in the implementation of the novel device, discussing workflows, care pathways, and key measures of successful impact to patient care as a result of implementing the device. The role will also be responsible for being an internal voice for the customer by helping to disseminate learning outcomes, identify new clinical applications, and support with the expansion of the devices use.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Deliver product training for new customers.
  • Work with the customer in developing workflows to ensure a seamless implementation.
  • Support the customer to communicate and disseminate their learnings through the use of case studies.
  • Lead the way in communicating the company’s knowledge of best practice in the early recognition of patient deterioration.
  • Develop a community of people who share the same vision as the company.
  • Be able to travel between hospitals in the London areas.
  • Know that the work you do is part of a vision to improve patient outcomes.

Background and Experience Required

The ideal candidate to join this industry-leading team will:

  • Be a Registered Nurse and hold significant Continued Professional Development credits.
  • A degree is advantageous.
  • A minimum background of 5 years in Critical Care and having been part of a critical care outreach team.
  • A background in delivering clinical training, upskilling, or workshops.
  • Strong clinical knowledge of resuscitation procedures and clinical assessment protocols.
  • Strong communication and professional interpersonal skills are a requirement.
  • Strong attention to detail

Note: This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, skills, efforts, requirements or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed as assigned.

Application via email to: