Welcome to Care UK

You may have met us already. We might be running your local GP surgery or walk-in clinic, or be the person who answers your 111 call. Or we might be caring for an older relative in a nearby residential home.

Our skilled and dedicated teams support and care for older people with diverse and complex needs, for today's busy families needing access to healthcare services at times - and in places - that suit them, and for men and women in the justice system.

All of which makes us the UK’s largest independent provider of health and social care services.

Our services

Residential care services

Residential care services

We provide a mix of residential, dementia and nursing care in our 114 residential care homes around the country.

Health care

Health care

We are the largest independent provider of NHS services in the country, delivering more than 18 million patient interactions a year.

Latest news

Our news

Care UK invests more than £3.5m in secondary care

Care UK invests more than £3.5m in secondary care

August 18 2017

From Rochdale to Portsmouth and Plymouth to Kent, Care UK has invested more than £3.5 million in its NHS secondary care services during the last 12 months.And t

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Portsmouth and Southampton healthcare teams receive diplomas from Lord Mayor

Portsmouth and Southampton healthcare teams receive diplomas from Lord Mayor

August 11 2017

Six team members of Care UK healthcare services supporting patients in Portsmouth and Southampton have qualified in the Level 5 Diploma for Assistant Practitioners in Healthcare.

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Care home with views of Windsor Castle celebrates milestone

Care home with views of Windsor Castle celebrates milestone

August 10 2017

Care UK has moved a step closer to delivering a new care home in Windsor, with a ‘topping out’ ceremony held on site to mark the latest construction milestone.

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Health news

Improving picture for people with bowel cancer

Improving picture for people with bowel cancer

August 17 2017

Bowel Cancer UK has released statistics showing the rate of people dying from bowel cancer in the UK has plummeted by more than 30 per cent in the last 20 years.

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