Latitude IT and OneMD Partnership

Latitude IT joins forces with a Medical Recruitment company OneMD to offer a true MedTech offering for our Health and Medical clients to allow them to accelerate their commercial growth

We are incredibly excited to officially announce the partnership between Latitude IT Pty Ltd and OneMD Pty Ltd.

Latitude IT is a digital and IT focused recruitment agency with a proven history of working across new technologies including product, digital, technology and business transformation.

OneMD is a medical device, pharmaceutical and allied health recruitment and training organisation operated by Kim Jones and Paul Bottomley; two medical device industry experts with over 25 years of combined experience working for large global organisations such as Smith & Nephew, Stryker, Zimmer Biomet and DePuy Synthes.

Few industries are able to demonstrate the impact innovation and technology has on improving our lives quite like the MedTech sector, with the demand for digital transformation skills within the healthcare system rising to an all-time high. With the recent increase in the demand for telehealth, virtual reality and AI-based solutions, the decision to merge the knowledge and experience from both the IT and healthcare sectors is one that will benefit both our clients and candidates.

As healthcare services evolve, this partnership will provide a platform for businesses to identify and attract the very best talent to help build teams that will not only drive growth for their organisation, but also shape the future of the healthcare IT sector for many years to come.  

We are incredibly excited for what the future holds for both Latitude IT and OneMD, but more importantly what the future holds for the healthcare IT sector and for the clients and candidates who dedicate their lives to advancing the industry.

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