Healthcare Partnership Manager – South Central


Urgo Medical UK & Ireland -


The company

URGO is an international family-owned group, founded in France, specializing in health and wellness. With 3,500 employees, it is present in more than 60 countries around the world and has a turnover of 750 million euros. URGO has developed a solid portfolio of very well-known brands such as JUVAMINE, ALVITYL, URGO, and MERCUROCHROME. URGO is recognized for its strong capacity for innovation, and is, for example, one of the world’s experts in advanced wound healing. By joining URGO HEALTHCARE Laboratories – the Group’s entity specialized in consumer health (first aid – URGO, food supplements – ALVITYL – ENT – HUMER), you will join a dynamic group, able to offer you diversified and accelerated career paths, both in France and internationally. URGO is a Happy Trainees certified company that values excellence and audacity in everyone.

The offer

Working as an integral part of matrix team, the Healthcare Partnership Manager is a strategic role requiring the implementation of the national market access strategies across the relevant region, to increase market access by identifying, winning, and optimising formulary listings within wound care and to drive sales and account growth when working in partnership with NHS.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Deliver national market access strategies at a regional level, to drive formulary inclusion and generate/open market access.
  • Grow Urgo product market share through both established and new relationships.
  • Support achievement of regional sales targets through new market access.
  • Establish and implement pathways of care and market tools to support Urgo Medical advanced wound care and compression range.
  • Partnership with Senior NHS stakeholders.
  • Develop and promote Regional/National product portfolio.

Candidate profile

  • Demonstrable experience of working in a sales environment with strategic responsibility.
  • Passion to “make a difference” to the lives of people with wounds.
  • Ability to analyse and interpret data and present meaningful insight.
  • Ability to forge strong internal and external relationships with multiple stakeholders.
  • In depth NHS Knowledge, including key policy drivers and organisational structure particularly within the ICS.
  • Being customer focused, confident, driven, and self-motivated.
  • Knowledge of the wound care market is desirable though not essential.


This role will be primarily field based and require travelling as per customer and/ or business needs across the whole territory – Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Mid Essex, Bedford, Luton, Milton Keynes, Herefordshire and Worcestershire.

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