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Patients who are treated by us can rest assured that we are bound by the same standards and measures of success as the NHS, with the same governance and accountability procedures in place.

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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Return to practice for Emersons Green nurse

Return to practice for Emersons Green nurse

December 2 2016

Christine Dailey, a nurse from Bristol who works at Emersons Green NHS Treatment Centre, is one of thousands of nurses nationwide who is updating her skills so

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Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre first in area for trans-nasal endoscopy

Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre first in area for trans-nasal endoscopy

December 2 2016

The Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre in Plymouth is the first hospital in the area to adopt ground breaking technology in the form of trans-nasal endoscopy.Trans-

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Care UK health centres back action against domestic violence

Care UK health centres back action against domestic violence

November 24 2016

Colleagues at Care UK health centres nationwide are supporting the 16 Days of Action Against Domestic Violence campaign which runs from 25 November to 10 December.

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Raising awareness of a silent killer

Raising awareness of a silent killer

November 30 2016

Venous thromboembolisms (VTE), more commonly known as blood clots, are often a silent condition with no obvious symptoms or signs. They can strike anyone of any age or gender and can sometimes be mistaken for less serious conditions.

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