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The NHS is under enormous pressure to deliver a world-class health service, and care that fits around patient needs and preferences is going to be an essential part of making it happen. Not easy at a time when budgets are getting tighter.

As barriers between care delivered in primary, hospital, and community settings start to dissolve, new models will be expected to improve health outcomes and fit seamlessly into care pathways to improve patient experience, too.

That’s where Healthcare at Home can help. Evidence shows health outcomes improve when care is provided at home. Outcomes like readmission rates, survival rates, quality of life, even infection rates. And that’s exactly what our clinician-led support programmes deliver: care people need, in the place they most want to be.

When you work with us your patients receive personalised care, from personable clinicians, every one of which is highly trained and experienced. And with less travel, no waiting times, and less stress, all the little worries are removed so they can focus on what really matters.

But the benefits for the NHS don’t stop with health outcomes and patient experience. The result of patients being cared for at home is greater hospital efficiency and capacity. All without the need for additional resources.

So if you’re ready to work with the right people, doing the right thing, at the right time, let’s have a chat >


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