PMA is delighted to work with Ellis Whittam.

Ellis Whittam works closely with medical practices to alleviate workforce pressures, manage operational change and ensure services meet CQC standards.

Our sector specialists understand the pressures on practice managers, GPs and pharmacists and are on hand to provide professional support through early-stage delivery and beyond.

We will work with you to improve efficiency and enhance the quality and effectiveness of your workforce so that you can focus on creating collaborative networks that work for your practice teams and patient community.

Specialist advice and support for medical practices
At Ellis Whittam we recognised that every organisation is different. But with specialist sector teams, you can benefit from the shared insight and expertise of our advisers, who support hundreds of other medical practices and pharmacies facing similar challenges to you.

Medical Practice clients at Ellis Whittam benefit from:

  • Expert advice from an experienced team of sector specialists
  • Fixed fee certainty to give you peace of mind
  • Independent Legal Expenses Insurance

Have a question about employment and HR? Then ask the expert.

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The Definitive Employers Guide to Managing Sickness

In this guide, we equip you with everything you need to know about policies and procedures in the workplace. We will offer you expert tips and highlight common pitfalls to reduce the risk of expensive Employment Tribunal claims.

2021-02-02T16:03:31+00:00

The Definitive Employers Guide to Maternity Leave and Pay

In this guide, we will answer all your HR and legal questions about maternity leave and pay. We will cover the different forms of maternity leave, time off for antenatal appointments, contact during leave, health & safety considerations, how to arrange cover, employee rights upon their return, how pay works and so much more.

2021-02-02T16:04:04+00:00

The Definitive Employers Guide to Flexible Working

In this eBook, we will guide you through the statutory right to ask for flexible working, how to handle requests and when you can say no. We will highlight some key pitfalls and give you best practice and expert tips to ensure that you are acting in compliance with the law and in the best interests of your organisation.

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‘Whilst PMA make every effort to ensure that the Partners we work with have the relevant expertise, and are experts in the healthcare arena, PMA take no responsibility for any advice given by our partner organisations and any dealings with any partner organisation shall be conducted under that organisations specific terms and conditions.’

Disclaimer for all documentation from Ellis Whittam included in the PMA Premium membership package:

The content of this material was up to date at the date of production and may be subject to further change or amendment as further guidance and/or legislation is issued.

Documentation  produced by Ellis Whitham is intended for guidance only and it may not be suitable for your particular purposes so please take advice if you are not clear about its suitability for your specific purposes, how to utilise the documents or, are unclear about any of the content.

Ellis Whitham excludes all liability for use if the user (or practice) has not obtained the appropriate professional and/or financial, tax or legal advice in order to ensure that any of the documents are fit for the specific purpose intended by the user (or practice).

Access to the Ellis Whitham package is permitted on the basis that use of the materials is for the sole use of the user (or practice) as confirmed by Ellis Whitham. The copyright in these materials are that of Ellis Whitham (unless otherwise indicated). The user (or practice) is not permitted to sell, transfer, license, copy, scan or otherwise use the materials without the express written consent of Ellis Whitham.

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