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Archive for the ‘Virtual Office’ Category

The NMT Blog February 2016: We’re announcing a new partnership with HCA!

This month, we’re pleased to announce our partnering with Galen Health Partners, a subsidiary of HCA International Part of the ‘Hospital Corporation of America’ the world’s largest private hospital group, Galen Health Partners provides support services to HCA consultants worldwide. As many readers of our blog will know, our Medical Virtual Assistant Service offers a […]

Posted on: February 15th, 2016 by Michael Bolt No Comments

What every Medical Consultant ought to know about running their Private Medical Practice.

  Have you ever asked yourself how important is your back office and front of house support to the success of your private medical practice? With so many time constraints placed on consultants – maximising this valuable resource has never been more important than it is now. After all, you spent years training to deliver […]

Posted on: November 16th, 2015 by Michael Bolt No Comments

Christmas Opening Times 2014

We will be open and ready to help with your Admin, Sales or Marketing during the following times;   Main Office Christmas Eve – Normal Office Hours Christmas Day – Closed Boxing Day – Closed 29th December – 9am – 5pm 30th December – 9am – 5pm 31st December – 9am – 5pm 1st January […]

Posted on: December 3rd, 2014 by admin

Can a Virtual Office Address..?

The way we conduct business is constantly changing and evolving. The rise to prominence of the internet as a means of running a business means that literally anyone can set up their own operation right from their own home. These home businesses in addition to the many SMEs operating out of small, cost effective offices, […]

Posted on: April 30th, 2013 by Michael Bolt No Comments

Use Our Virtual Office To Beat The Royal Mail Price Increase

Recently Ofcom announced that they have ruled to let Royal Mail set their own charges for a 1st class stamp. This was followed by the inevitable news that Royal Mail has increased the price of a first class stamp by 14p, to 60p per stamp. If you thought you may be able to get around […]

Posted on: March 29th, 2012 by Thomas Oliver No Comments