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Your right to choose

Your right to choose


Did you know you have the right to choose where to have your NHS surgery?

 

If you or a loved one needs to see an NHS specialist, you can choose to access any hospital or treatment centre in England.

 

No matter which Care UK service you are using you can always be sure of one thing; patients are at the heart of everything we do.

 

The health and wellbeing of you and your loved ones is our number one priority.

Whether servicing the local community from one of our GP practices, helping you access non-emergency care during evenings and weekends or carrying out surgery to help you regain your independence, our underlying focus is always on delivering exceptional patient care.

We pledge to always put you first. We do this by consistently delivering on quality, assuring safety at all times and achieving the best possible outcomes for your individual health care needs.

 

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