About Us

Starting as an EBME Repair and Maintenance company in 2007, Avensys has evolved into a business that offers the Private Healthcare sector and the NHS, full service and/or maintenance for all of their EBME requirements. This includes specification and purchasing, of repair and training through to final disposal. In 2018, Avensys were acquired by Hermed, who are part of the VAMED group, a leading international healthcare provider. This exciting relationship has enabled Avensys to continue to evolve autonomously, whilst also providing us an international reach and opening the door to a number of fantastic opportunities.

Why work for us

When you join Avensys you are joining one of the most highly regarded businesses in the EBME industry. With the best engineers and trainers in the business, and with back office support to match, we are a fast paced, thriving business. Pay rates are amongst the best in the country and we have full UK coverage, meaning wherever you are, we may have a position for you. While our business operation is an exemplar of professionalism, the business retains a family feel in which everyone is made to feel welcome and encouraged to get to know other people in other departments to give a rounded view of our operation.

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Testimonials

See what other Avensys employees have to say about joining one of the most highly regarded businesses in the EBME industry.

  1. Danielle Hodgetts

    Account Manager Supervisor

    “I have been with Avensys since early 2014 and I’ve enjoyed all of it! I have held several positions here and have completed a coaching and mentoring course as well as a business and administration course and soon I will be going on a mental health awareness course.

    I’m always learning and there is always scope to move onwards and upwards. In my supervisor role I work with contracts from the initial signing until it is fully bedded in.

    I visit clients for contract review meetings and really enjoy developing good relationships with both engineers and customers.”

  2. Adam Shiels

    EBME Engineer

    “I have been working at Avensys since end of 2016. It has been an eventful time, working with great people in what feels like a family atmosphere given that it is such a big company.

    Being a field base engineer in Birmingham community I cover other areas of support when required and there has been plenty of opportunity to work in other areas.

    Recently I have been working in Croatia for 5 months, which was a fantastic opportunity for me and the other engineers who went over - we were working with our counterparts from Germany and Italy, setting up a hospital system in Croatia.

    There are many other avenues in which to grow with the company, even if you like to keep your feet in one place!”

  3. Ryan Lowell

    Endoscopy Manager

    “I am currently the Endoscopy Workshop Manager at Avensys. I’ve been with the company for 10 years, I came in as a Bio-Medical Engineering Apprentice and have been trained to a high level including a Level 5 Diploma in Medical Engineering Technologies.

    After 7.5 years working as a Bio-Medical Engineer, I specialised in the repair of Flexible Endoscopes which included going to America to undergo training with a company called Fibertech.

    I became department manager in 2016 and we have grown to a team of four. Endoscopy, like everything at Avensys, is a growing department.

    We are constantly undertaking training to improve our service and repair capability, in fact another member of the team is about to go to America for further training!”

  4. Francesca Stewart

    Resale and Disposal Manager

    “I have worked at Avensys since 2014 and have had a great time here so far. Since taking on the role of Resale and Disposal Manager a lot has changed at the company and constant growth has seen our departmental turnover triple within 3 years! I am responsible for re-selling medical equipment that hospitals don’t need any more.

    It’s a really interesting aspect of the business as we are one of the only companies that guarantee an ethical disposal route for end of life equipment.”