Tawhid JunejaPrimary Care People CEONHS

    Tawhid JunejaPrimary Care People CEONHS

      After a year researching the primary healthcare sector, Tawhid Juneja set up Primary Care People in 2013 with the ambitious goal of using his considerable expertise in recruitment to help to transform the primary healthcare service.

      At 17, Tawhid got his fist full time job with Teaching Personnel and was soon working 50 hour weekdays and Sundays. After 14 months Tawhid moved to Adecco, the world’s largest recruitment company. He was promoted to business development manager and by the age of 21 he was an area manager, looking after 3 branches and earning a generous salary.

      He set up his own recruitment company with the £60,000 he had saved and learnt how to run a business. By the time he was 24 he had an office in St Albans, employed 9 people and had a healthy turnover. Tawhid developed his interest in the healthcare sector and he raised fiancé from a private equity firm to set up NC Healthcare. He soon realized that it was not about only making money, it was also about making a difference and they parted company.

      Tawhid began his year of in depth research of the primary care sector. He set up Primary Care People with just 2 other people and the company took off. They now have a staff of 50.

      Tawhid continues to develop a number of innovative primary care initiatives, including sourcing GPs from Europe to help fill the desperate skills shortage in the NHS. He concludes “Our vision is to revolutionize primary care and to transform people’s lives. It sounds very ambitious but we have come so far in just three years and I am confident that our vision is achievable with the passion and determination that we all have at Primary Care people.

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