NHS healthcare services

  • Welcome to Care UK health care

  • We bring health care closer to you

  • Our friendly team is here to help

  • We take pride in our clinical excellence

We offer a range of services through our GP surgeries, hospitals, treatment centres, urgent care and diagnostics facilities

We are the largest independent provider of NHS services in the country.  We are focused on delivering a high-quality experience for all of our patients - which means everything from a friendly welcome when you visit us to the fastest and most effective resolution of your health concern.  We work closely with our NHS partners and are charged with delivering the same high quality standards service you will expect from the NHS.

Treatment centres

We offer a variety of NHS treatments in clean, comfortable and friendly environments.

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GP services

We help you get the health care you need - when and where you need it.

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Diagnostics

We use the latest technology to deliver fast and accurate results in convenient locations.

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Urgent care

We provide fast and effective out of hours and unscheduled medical help for non-emergencies.

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Our news

Health news

September 23rd 2014

Dr Sarah Bromley, national medical director for Care UK’s Health and Justice services, is speaking at the Criminal Justice Management conference on 25 September at the QE11 Conference Centre in London.

September 17th 2014

People in Rochdale with the eye disorder glaucoma will have an opportunity during National Eye Health Week (22-29 September) to discover more about the regulations concerning driving with the condition.

September 10th 2014

Three hundred spectacles have been donated by the Rochdale NHS Ophthalmology Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (CATS) to help people in Africa who have little access to reading glasses.

September 22nd 2014

Age UK is urging every older person in the country to claim the benefits they are entitled to as figures show that the poorest are spending less than £27 a week on food.

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