Care UK forges alliance with NHS provider

Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Care UK has made a strategic alliance with BK Health, a leading provider of NHS primary care services. The partnership builds upon Care UK and BK Health’s existing involvement in primary care as opportunities increase for independent sector providers to supply a range of primary care services to the NHS. A listed public company, Care UK currently provides a range of primary care services to people of all ages and with a wide variety of needs throughout the UK. A group of GPs and managers of a practice in Oxford set up BK Health in 2003.  The company says it has developed expertise in providing demonstrable high quality primary care services, particularly in deprived areas, and has secured contracts in Teesside, Wales and Buckinghamshire. Dr Sushil Jathanna, Care UK’s managing director of clinical services, said BK Health had a justified reputation of working with patients and health professionals and had successfully started new primary care services in areas where there was no previous provision, and h

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