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Our mission and values

Our mission and values

From consultants to care workers, sonographers to psychologists, our people are bringing our values to life to help us achieve our aims.

Fulfilling lives

Care UK’s ability to fulfil lives helps us to stand out as the strongest, most trusted provider of health and social care. Each of us is committed to the highest standards of quality and best practice, to meeting and exceeding our compliance to all standards across the healthcare sector. We recognise that to fulfil lives on the outside we also need to focus on how we work together on the inside. To do this we have created a set of values and behaviours – these have set us a target and a means of measuring our progress.

Our values are:

  • Patients are at the heart of everything we do
  • Every one of us makes a difference
  • Together we make things better

Our mission is ‘fulfilling lives’, and each of us works to achieve this every day.

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Suffolk NHS 111 raises funds for charity and awareness of UK’s fourth most common cancer

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Sailor set fair following hernia operation

Sailor set fair following hernia operation

May 9 2019

A retired Royal Marine and author calls us "the finest example of the NHS at its very best"

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Treatment centre team praised for dedication by CQC

Treatment centre team praised for dedication by CQC

May 7 2019

The team at North East London Treatment Centre (NELTC) are “positive, knowledgeable and passionate about their work” according to the Care Quality Commission (C

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Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at Emersons Green NHS Treatment Centre Teresa Anthony explained: “Most cataracts form as part of the natural ageing process.

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