We are proud to be England's largest independent provider of NHS services, delivering more than 70 different healthcare services throughout the UK.

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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We raise more than £800 for Plymouth Drake Foundation

We raise more than £800 for Plymouth Drake Foundation

December 5 2018

With donations and match funding from Care UK, we have raised £826 for Plymouth Drake Foundation's Plymouth Children in Poverty campaign

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Care UK Healthcare partners with Bowel Cancer UK

Care UK Healthcare partners with Bowel Cancer UK

December 5 2018

Care UK Healthcare, the largest provider of clinical services to the NHS, announces a charity partnership with Bowel Cancer UK to raise awareness of the fourth most common cancer.

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A right Royal birthday party for Maurice

A right Royal birthday party for Maurice

December 4 2018

Maurice Day, one of our minibus drivers, has just celebrated his 70th birthday in style - with an invitation to a party hosted by Prince Charles!

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Health news

Crohn’s and Colitis: Don’t suffer in silence

Crohn’s and Colitis: Don’t suffer in silence

December 5 2018

Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis are diseases of the gut that can be debilitating for many sufferers. These long-term conditions in which parts of the digestive system become inflamed are two types of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

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