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This means that the quality of care we provide will always meet the high levels of service you expect from the NHS. 

With an unrelenting focus on quality and an innovative approach to patient centered care, our dedicated team of healthcare professionals will always put the patient first, no matter what. 

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Smile please – it’s National Smile Month!

Smile please – it’s National Smile Month!

May 17 2018

Mid-May to mid-June is National Smile Month, and it is a great opportunity to remind people that their oral health is very much their own responsibility, and th

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Hiking shoes at the ready for Care UK healthcare colleague Hannah Wollaston

Hiking shoes at the ready for Care UK healthcare colleague Hannah Wollaston

May 16 2018

Hannah Wollaston, applications specialist, has been raising money on and off over the years, usually through a bake sale, bric-a-brac stall or something similar

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6 top tips for National Walking Month!

6 top tips for National Walking Month!

May 14 2018

This month is National Walking Month, and recent figures from Public Health England show that an alarmingly high level of people aged between 40 and 60 are dang

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Toxic caterpillar outbreak in London and surrounding areas

Toxic caterpillar outbreak in London and surrounding areas

May 8 2018

The Oak processionary moth (OPM) has thousands of toxic hairs over its body which it can eject. These hairs contain an irritating substance called thaumetopoein which, if come into contact with, can cause fevers, eye irritation, skin rashes, trigger asthma attacks and vomiting.

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