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

Working closely with the NHS, we deliver more than 70 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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Stacks of praise for Peninsula from warehouse manager Ian

Stacks of praise for Peninsula from warehouse manager Ian

April 26 2016

Ian Bedford, 52, a warehouse manager from Higher Compton in Plymouth, has had surgery twice at Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre – once for his shoulder and then a year later for his knee.

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Career clean sweep for Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre pair

Career clean sweep for Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre pair

April 26 2016

Two members of staff responsible for decontamination at Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre have achieved national firsts and developed a quality management sys

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Care UK invests £1.6m in Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre

Care UK invests £1.6m in Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre

April 22 2016

Care UK, the country’s largest independent sector provider of healthcare services to the NHS, has invested an additional £1.6m in its Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre; dramatically increasing its capacity to perform lower joint replacement and giving it the facilities to reduce waiting times for cataract operations in the region.

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Health news

Drop in dementia numbers gives hope the disease is preventable

Drop in dementia numbers gives hope the disease is preventable

April 27 2016

News that the number of dementia cases has dropped by one-fifth since the 1990s has been universally welcomed. But what do the latest statistics tell us about a condition that’s estimated to affect 850,000 people nationally?

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