We’re the largest independent provider of NHS services in the country.

Working closely with the NHS, we deliver more than 50 services throughout the UK.

We’re bound by the same standards and measures of success as the NHS. Our governance and accountability procedures are the same as those used by the NHS. This means the quality of care we provide at least meets the high levels of service you expect from the NHS.

What we bring is an unrelenting focus on delivering the highest quality services, on leading change, and on driving innovation in primary and secondary care.

Above all we’re determined to deliver healthcare that answer the needs – and exceed the expectations – of the UK population in the twenty-first century.

 

 

 

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Centre open for free sexual health advice, screening and treatment

Centre open for free sexual health advice, screening and treatment

July 30 2015

PEOPLE attending Brighton Pride on Saturday (August 1) will be able to access free advice, treatment or screening for sexual health issues – and free condoms –

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Care UK refutes unsubstantiated ITV allegations regarding NHS Ealing Urgent Care Centre

Care UK refutes unsubstantiated ITV allegations regarding NHS Ealing Urgent Care Centre

July 23 2015

Care UK responds to the allegations made during ITV's Exposure programme which was broadcast on Wednesday 22 July.

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Parents urged to encourage kids to get active in summer break

Parents urged to encourage kids to get active in summer break

July 20 2015

WITH the school summer holidays underway, a Brighton GP practice is urging parents to take the opportunity to encourage their children to get active as a new re

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How the independent sector is already supporting the NHS to deliver seven-days-a-week care

How the independent sector is already supporting the NHS to deliver seven-days-a-week care

July 27 2015

Shortly after the general election, Prime Minister David Cameron set out plans for a seven-day NHS, with people able to see their GP and have tests in hospitals at weekends.

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