Introducing Cheryl Lomax, Clinical Lead at REVIV Global who previously worked for the National Health Service in the UK.
C: My name is Cheryl, and I have been a registered nurse for 15 years. My background has mainly been Emergency nursing and clinical education.
Why did you leave the NHS to join REVIV Global?
C: I was first introduced to REVIV six years ago and was intrigued as to the benefits of the treatments. While working in the Emergency Department, I learnt an awful lot about illnesses and saw how lifestyle and diet affected people in the worst possible way. Working for REVIV part-time in the beginning exposed me to people who genuinely cared about their health and what they could do to prevent disease. I decided to work solely for REVIV as the Clinical Lead nearly three years ago, and I haven’t looked back. I will always be grateful for the knowledge and skills I learnt in the NHS. However, my career now focusses on helping people make better lifestyle and nutrition choices to prevent disease and live a healthier and longer life.
How have you found working for REVIV Global?
C: It can be quite scary to come out of the public sector into the private sector. However, when you work for a company that has such vision and passion, that decision has been easy. REVIV focuses on work-life balance, and being a Mum to two young boys, this is very important. I pride myself on being honest and ethical; and look for that in an employer, this is what I have found in REVIV. I feel valued and part of the team and love leading the practitioners within REVIV. The host of benefits is also something that I was not used to, and they have a vested interest in their employees’ health and wellbeing. REVIV is now a huge part of my life, and I feel proud to be a part of it.