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Join us on our incredible journey

We are Push Doctor, the award winning and fastest growing Digital Health company in Europe that allows you to see a qualified GP on any device within minutes.


Since 2014, we have led the UK consumer patient market and our team are continuously working on new initiatives to enable patients to live longer, happier & healthier lives.


So what's next?

Smart. Personalised. Healthcare


We are building a place where Health & Wellbeing services come together; where personalised patient journeys offer unique experiences that truly affect and change people’s lives; and where these interactions take place digitally. 


We are replacing slow and outdated middleware with smart and efficient digital connections to a range of digital health services. Our unique platform will transform the UK health industry.


Could you be interested in joining us on our journey?


This could be the most impactful and meaningful role you have ever undertaken!

We want people who are:

Willing to push boundaries | Able to think outside of the box | Intelligent | Not afraid of hard workLeaders in their field | Keen to progress.

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Current opportunities

Our roles are based in Manchester city centre, unless otherwise stated.


Senior API x2

API Developer x2

Development Manager

Android Developer x2

Angular Developer x2

Head of Development

QA Analyst x3

Application Support


UX Designer x 4


Nurse x 2

Medical Admin x2

Medical Officer

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How to apply

To apply for a role at Push Doctor, please complete our online cultural fit assessment. This is designed to help us see if you'll be a good fit, and for you to find out whether we're right for you. Then please get in touch by calling Jody at MRJ (0161 244 9600) or you can email us at

Push Doctor is currently working exclusively with MRJ for our all our needs. Thanks for your time and we look forward to hearing from you.

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