Carbon Labs healthcare productivity transformation suite comprises of 5 applications which are designed to bring productivity, digital information capture and increased efficiency across across all of the front line providers of healthcare and also the patients themselves.

Founded by a team who have worked for the NHS, including clinicians, healthcare professionals and technologists, we have real life experience and insight into the everyday challenges faced by care teams.

Currently the suite provides these benefits to consultants, nurses and patients allowing them to capture and receive all of the latest information that is important to them in their role.

Clinical Collaboration is what we do.

Enabling clinicians, HCA's, PNA's to optimise their care delivery through easy to use, fast data collection at the point of care.

Developer Project Owner (you) Specialist Project Manager Designer

Our approach is clinically-centred, as part of our discovery we determine what your team needs through close shadowing, observational and workshop activities.

We pride ourselves on our unique discovery approach

Our Vision

To revolutionise mobile working through our advanced (real-time communication mobile platform.

All about the Why

We believe in helping people to live longer, richer lives by giving them access to and control of their critical healthcare data.

Highly experienced senior team
Carbon Labs has brought together some of the best design, development and strategic minds in the world. Backed by a senior team with significant design-led software industry experience, we have a rich legacy of delivering successful, benefits-laden technology implementations across industries including healthcare, government, finance and telecommunications.

Dominic List

Chief Executive Officer

Steve Wightman

Managing Director

Paul Charlton

Head of Development

Gavin Kipling

Chief Design Officer

Panayiota Cornelisse

Business Analyst

Healthcare Advisory Board
Pam Garside

Pam Garside

Pam Garside has her own management consultancy, Newhealth, specialising in organisational strategy and development in health care, and is a Fellow of the Judge Business School of the University of Cambridge. She works extensively with boards of a wide range of health care organisations on strategy, governance and leadership issues. She began her professional life in management in the NHS and subsequently spent many years studying and working internationally based in the USA.

Pam co‚Äźchairs The Cambridge Health Network, a membership group of senior players in UK health, both private and public sector. She is a Senior Associate of the Nuffield Trust, an Adjunct Professor at Imperial College Business School, a board member of charities Whizz-Kidz and C3, and chair of Diagnosis, a social enterprise promoting clinical leadership.

Pam holds a BSc from the University of Durham and a Masters Degree in Hospital and Health Care Administration from the University of Minnesota.