Medical recruitment with a difference.
DukeMed founder says it’s all about the personal touch
Richard Duke, founder of DukeMed, grew up in Northern Ireland, without knowing what his future held. But from the time he was halfway through his degree course at the University of Leeds, he knew he wanted to be a recruiter. Everything he did from then on was with recruiting in mind.
In the workforce, he hit the area of MedTech recruiting, and learnt fast on the job. Then Australia beckoned. Richard flew with his wife to Sydney, where he set up a medical device section for a growing executive recruitment company, which served his interests well for many years.
That role provided Richard with the long-term ambition to start DukeMed. But Richard had some sports and outdoor action to get out of his system first, among them Enduro mountain bike racing in France, Italy, New Zealand, and lastly, Chile. That was followed later by a 70-day camping trip through outback Queensland, the Top End and the Gulf.
Then it was time to set up DukeMed. Richard’s passion for MedTech recruitment and his love of mountain biking, fitness and getting out of doors, gave his life an important balance, combined with the joy of growing his family.
Of recruiting, Richard says, “Recruiting should be personal; it should be tailored and not just go through the motions in a transactional manner.”
And that’s just what you get with DukeMed. The personal touch – all the way.
When you’re backed by our extraordinary level of medical recruiting expertise, the sky’s the limit
It takes a special company to keep you ahead of your game. It takes a dedicated MedTech recruiting company with expertise in spades, an extraordinary level of know-how, and in-depth knowledge of what you’re about. And it takes a company that constantly keeps up with the latest MedTech improvements and inventions, the latest medical devices and equipment and the latest trends in candidate talent.
It takes DukeMed, your go-to MedTech recruiter.
Constant knowledge updates
We’re constantly updating our knowledge in medical devices, including those used in our core specialties:
implantable devices for Orthopaedic surgery, and
surgical and diagnostic devices for Ophthalmology surgery
and for medical equipment used for surgical imaging, operating room technologies, robotics, and minimally invasive surgery and therapies.