Our Customers Here is a selection of our many customers
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    Vivo Care Choices Vivo Care Choices established in 2013 was founded following the takeover of the services from the local authority, as a 'not for profit' company. Providing a range of flexible support for people with learning disabilities, Services include Autism, Dementia, Learning disability, PIMD and Shared Lives, for Cheshire and the surrounding areas.
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    Spiral Health Spiral Health CIC is a Community Interest Company working in the Blackpool and Bispham area, it reinvests any surpluses made to deliver continuous improvements in the quality of the care that they provide within their hospital and nurse led therapy unit. This unit is widely recognised as a centre of excellence for intermediate care.
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    Sunfield School Sunfield is an independant residential special school and charity in the West Midlands who employs over 350 staff. Having over 80 years of experience in supporting boys and girls, aged 6-19 years with complex learning needs it engages effectively with their learning and living experiences, so they develop the confidence to make a difference to their lives.
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    St Elizabeth Hospice St Elizabeth Hospice improves life for people living with a progressive illness in East Suffolk and South Norfolk. It offers specialist support, caring for people at home, in the community or at the Hospice itself. They help people deal with pain and anxiety and also offer practical advice and family support.
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    Royal Hospital Donnybrook The Royal Hospital Donnybrook is an independent charity primarily funded by the HSE. They provide a range of rehabilitative services in a caring, collaborative and dynamic way, to meet the complex needs of people with chronic illness, physical and neuro-disability.
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    Marymount Hospice Marymount University Hospice is the designated specialist palliative care centre for Cork city and county and provides a closely integrated programme of care delivered across a range of hospital and community-based settings. It supports a dedicated specialist palliative care service in all of the acute hospitals across the region.
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    Sue Ryder Sue Ryder provides hospice and neurological care for people with life-limiting illnesses. They are a charity with staff and volunteers based across the UK and campaign on behalf on people who are approaching the end of their lives so their voices are heard and they have better access to the care they want.
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    The Children's Trust The Children’s Trust is celebrating 30 years as the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury. They provide expert rehabilitation, education, therapy and care at their specialist centre in Tadworth, supporting children and families from across the UK including services in the community and online support for parents.
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    Bury Hospice Bury Hospice, established in 1991 it opened its new building featuring state of the art facilities in March 2013. It offers a number of care options, including in-patient unit, day hospice, hospice at home and outpatient support for the people of Bury including patients family and friends so that they can achieve the best possible quality of life.
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    Hurley Group The Hurley Group is an NHS organisation that runs a number of practices and GP walk in centres across London. Providing patient-centred care since 1969, it has a team of over 280 staff including over 120 clinicians. It works within some of the UK’s most deprived communities. The Hurley Group is growing and changing with today's NHS.
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    Springhill Hospice Springhill Hospice is an independent charitable organisation. Since 1989, it provides specialist palliative care for people with life-limiting illness, offering inpatient, day hospice, outpatient, community and 24 hour advice line services to Rochdale and the surrounding areas. It also extends it's care to family and friends offering a bereavement service.
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    St Columba's Hospice St Columba’s Hospice provides free palliative care to patients with life-limiting illnesses and support for their families. Established in Edinburgh in 1977, the Hospice underwent a £24million Rebuild, and provides in-patient, day hospice, outpatient and community services, as well as training for those involved in palliative care throughout Scotland in their Education Centre.
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    Heart of Kent The Heart of Kent Hospice is an independent charity providing expert care for people facing the life limiting illnesses, providing services to Maidstone, Aylesford, Tonbridge and Malling and the surrounding villages. Their specialist teams care for nearly 1,000 patients and their families each year at home or in the Hospice, improving their quality of life and helping them live each day as fully as possible.
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    St Clare Hospice St Clare Hospice was established in 1990 and provides specialist palliative care across West Essex and in the East Herts border. They also provide training to healthcare professionals sharing their knowledge and expertise to help ensure patients and families receive excellent palliative care. Services include; IPU, day therapy, community, outpatients, equipment loan, bereavement and advice.
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    Bolton Hospice Bolton Hospice provides free, expert palliative care for people in Bolton aged 18 or over who are facing cancer and non-cancer related life-limiting illnesses. They are dedicated to providing the very highest standards of hospice care, improving the quality of life of their patients and their families and carers, and offering a range of palliative care services that help positively influence the course of illness.
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