We are delighted to welcome a trio of new senior professionals to the team at Pace.
Practice manager Ankita Mistry, workshop technician Matt Harding and prosthetist Abdul Hakim have joined our team in Amersham (Bucks) and are already playing a key role in supporting our patients on their rehabilitation journey.
Abdul Hakim is an experienced prosthetist and joins the clinic from his previous role at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (Stanmore) in London, where he has worked since 2001. He is joined by former colleague Matt Harding who also worked there for six years as workshop technician.
Ankita Mistry joins from the NHS and previously led a team to deliver a major Prosthetic and Orthotic Service contract to the Ministry of Defence (MoD) on behalf of Blatchford.
As Pace prosthetist Jamie Gillespie said, “We are delighted to welcome Ankita, Abdul and Matt on board as we continue to expand the range of support we offer to amputees. We are committed to hiring and retaining the top specialists in their field and our new colleagues are no exception to this. Their credentials are first class and their experience will make a positive impact on the outcomes we are getting for our patients.”
Scott Richardson, Pace’s Business Development Manager, added, “We are proud that we’ve been able to maintain our level of service during the pandemic and that we are in a position to be able to create new roles for talented new team members so we can continue providing this life-changing treatment and support for our patients.”
Pace Rehabilitation is the largest independent prosthetic service provider in the UK, manufacturing bespoke prosthetic devices in-house. All our patients are assessed, measured and treated over several sessions to optimise their outcome.
As well as providing physical rehabilitation in the form of hi-tech prosthetics and therapy, we also provide psychological support to safeguard the mental wellbeing of our patients who have often experienced a major traumatic event.
Email Scott Richardson to refer your client or patient to our clinic.