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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New report identifies four key principles to encourage the efficient use of urgent care resources

New report identifies four key principles to encourage the efficient use of urgent care resources

July 3 2015

Strong leadership, clear lines of accountability, increased patient involvement and a partnership approach to working are crucial to efficient and effective out of hours healthcare, according to a new report published by the Urgent Care Commission.

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Stay healthy this summer

Stay healthy this summer

July 1 2015

WITH summer threatening to arrive, a Stoke Newington GP practice is urging people to enjoy the season of sunshine safely.Dr Marjorie Gillespie is Primary Care M

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Surgery helps 90 year old Rochdale man keep working and driving

Surgery helps 90 year old Rochdale man keep working and driving

July 1 2015

Ninety-year-old Mr Denis Stanford is remarkable in many ways – not only does he still work as an engineer but he drives to work and now, thanks to cataract surgery, he is able to keep on with his activities.

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Tips for older people in hot weather

Tips for older people in hot weather

July 4 2015

With much of the country basking in a heat wave, it’s a good time to remember that not everyone enjoys the high temperatures. In fact, for some people hot weather can be dangerous, triggering breathing problems, heat exhaustion and dehydration.

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