Welcome to Care UK

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

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

Senior nurse joins Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre

Senior nurse joins Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre

February 14 2020

Senior nurse Linda Wyatt has joined Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre as Day Surgery and Endoscopy Manager.Linda began her nursing career as a healthcare assi

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You’ve got a friend in me – Gloria Hunniford helps launch Friendship Cafés across Kent

You’ve got a friend in me – Gloria Hunniford helps launch Friendship Cafés across Kent

February 10 2020

Care homes across Kent are opening their doors to welcome local people to new friendship cafés, which have been designed to reduce loneliness in the community.

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Suffolk care home delivers Care UK’s 15th Outstanding rating from CQC

Suffolk care home delivers Care UK’s 15th Outstanding rating from CQC

January 29 2020

The Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) has awarded Care UK’s Glastonbury Court care home in Suffolk an overall ‘Outstanding’ rating, following an unannounced inspection.

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Health news

What is sinusitis?

What is sinusitis?

February 19 2020

Sinusitis is when your nasal passages becomes inflamed, usually due to an infection caused after a flu or cold.During a cold, you produce mucus that protects yo

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