March 27 2014
A mental health support worker at Rosebank House - who overcame his own health and personal challenges to help others - has been recognised with a national award. John Russell, 51, won Care UK’s Chief Executive’s Award. This is the first award of its kind from the independent health and social care provider. All nominees are previous national award recipients, making John a winner among winners.
March 25 2014
A healthcare assistant working at The Junction Health Centre in Clapham has been named sexual health professional of the year. Tinu Oluwole scooped the top national prize during a glittering award ceremony in London for the Brook 2014 UK Sexual Health Awards.
March 18 2014
When the team at the Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre decided to open their doors to showcase their facilities and services they were delighted when more than 470 members of the public came along.
March 14 2014
The next generation of health professionals is being given a helping hand across Greater Manchester by an independent provider of health and social care services.
February 24 2014
Internationally renowned eating disorders expert Professor Bryan Lask is today featured in a Daily Telegraph article published to coincide with the start of Eating Disorders Awareness Week, which runs until Sunday 2nd March.
January 6 2014
A new employee benefits portal is helping people at independent health and social care provider Care UK to save money and easily find useful information about discounts and services by using their own smartphones, tablets and computers.
December 5 2013
Chesterfield woman Minnie Baxter discovered she was the 30,000th patient to visit Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre since it opened in 2005 to help reduce NHS waiting lists for orthopaedic procedures.
December 4 2013
A partnership between Care UK and Manchester Consultants Eye Partnership (MCEP) has revolutionised the eye care of people living in Greater Manchester.
October 31 2013
Every October, National Infection Control Week aims to spread best practice amongst professionals in healthcare and educate the public in the importance of good hygiene in hospitals – and across the country Care UK treatment centres joined in and made learning fun.
October 24 2013
History has been brought to life for pupils at a Southampton infant school learning about how modern hospitals compare to the Victorian-era. Over three days 90 children from Maytree Nursery and Infant School visited Southampton NHS Treatment Centre to learn about nurse and heroine Mary Seacole, the history of Royal South Hants Hospital and how brushing teeth and washing hands help keep germs at bay.