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We'd like you to meet just a few members of our team so they can explain to you what it's like to work at Care UK.

Just as our many services around the country are widely varied, so are the roles we offer.  We are a diverse group including consultants, doctors, nurses, health care professionals, support workers and specialist staff with one thing in common ... we love what we do!

Check our "Day In The Life Of" series where our staff members gives us an insight view of a day at work with Care UK

Kate Carter, Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Teresa McEvoy, Theatre Nurse

Kerry Rich, Health Care Assistant

Katherine Addison, Health Advisor, Suffolk 111

Dr Sarah Bromley, National Medical Director for Health in Justice

Katerina Tsokva, Consultant Radiologist

Glen Husada, Consultant General Surgeon

Adam Horner, Lead Nurse – Health in Justice

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Patients at Will Adams NHS Treatment Centre join in International Nurses Day

Patients at Will Adams NHS Treatment Centre join in International Nurses Day

May 24 2016

Patients joined the team at Will Adams NHS Treatment Centre to celebrate International Nurses Day on Thursday 12th May.International Nurses Day is celebrated ar

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Care UK commissioned to run 21 new health in justice services nationwide

Care UK commissioned to run 21 new health in justice services nationwide

May 10 2016

Independent sector health and social care organisation, Care UK, has been commissioned or re-commissioned by NHS England to run health in justice services at an additional 21 establishments across the country.

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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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New research shows an alarming rise in full-time older carers

New research shows an alarming rise in full-time older carers

May 25 2016

Research published by Age UK shows that more than 400,000 people aged 80 and above are caring for a loved one – and worryingly more than half of those are working as carers full-time.

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