Your Team Leads

Ashley

Ashley James, Clinical Lead of Occupational Health Physiotherapy Services

Ashley joined IPRS Health at the end of March 2016 and is enjoying his time so far with the company.

Ashley has a wife Samantha, two children, Gethin and Harriet and spends all the spare time he has with them. Rugby is a passion as well as being a (below average) drummer! He also has a mild addiction to twitter!”

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Paul Scallan, Clinical Lead of Occupational Health Physiotherapy Services

Paul joined IPRS in 2014 following the big move from London to Cardiff!

Paul is a proud Dublin man who enjoys spending time with his two young kids and wife, watching football, travelling and the occasional gym training!

Paul loves nothing better than living for the moment and not taking life too seriously. He has to admit that he can be occasionally forgetful - once he drove to his local shopping centre car park, went shopping and came back to his car to realise that he left his keys in the ignition with the car still running!                           

Jodie

Jodie Bates, Customer Service Delivery Manager

Jodie joined IPRS Health in September 2016, and previously worked for the IPRS Group from July 2007 to December 2013.

Jodie lives with her family & dog called Sonny. She enjoys keeping active, along with long walks with Sonny at the weekend! 

Louise

Louise Bullard, PMI Team Leader

Louise joined IPRS Health 7 years ago working in the Vitality Team, she joined as a Customer Service Advisor and is now the Team Leader.

Louise is very busy out of work with Family living in Kent and Nottingham, she is married to Mark and has 2 daughters , one is a midwife and the other is a team leader in child care. She also has a son who is 14, as well as a family dog.

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Grace Boggis, Referral Management & Administration Team Leader

Grace joined IPRS Health in December 2015 within the Admin Team and stepped into the role of Referral Management Team Leader in early August 2016.

When she's not out walking her Labrador, she enjoys meals out with her partner and holidays away in the sun.

Grace spends some of her spare time fundraising for the charity ‘Hearing dogs for deaf people’ whilst undertaking sign language classes.

Ashley James

Ashley joined IPRS Health at the end of March 2016 and is enjoying his time so far with the company.

Ashley has a wife Samantha, two children, Gethin and Harriet and spends all the spare time he has with them. Rugby is a passion as well as being a (below average) drummer! He also has a mild addiction to twitter!”

Paul Scallan

Paul joined IPRS in 2014 following the big move from London to Cardiff!

Paul is a proud Dublin man who enjoys spending time with his two young kids and wife, watching football, travelling and the occasional gym training!

Paul loves nothing better than living for the moment and not taking life too seriously. He has to admit that he can be occasionally forgetful - once he drove to his local shopping centre car park, went shopping and came back to his car to realise that he left his keys in the ignition with the car still running!                           

Jodie Bates

Jodie joined IPRS Health in September 2016, and previously worked for the IPRS Group from July 2007 to December 2013.

Jodie lives with her family & dog called Sonny. She enjoys keeping active, along with long walks with Sonny at the weekend! 

Louise Bullard

Louise joined IPRS Health 7 years ago working in the Vitality Team, she joined as a Customer Service Advisor and is now the Team Leader.

Louise is very busy out of work with Family living in Kent and Nottingham, she is married to Mark and has 2 daughters , one is a midwife and the other is a team leader in child care. She also has a son who is 14, as well as a family dog.

Grace Boggis

Grace joined IPRS Health in December 2015 within the Admin Team and stepped into the role of Referral Management Team Leader in early August 2016.

When she's not out walking her Labrador, she enjoys meals out with her partner and holidays away in the sun.

Grace spends some of her spare time fundraising for the charity ‘Hearing dogs for deaf people’ whilst undertaking sign language classes.