About Allied Healthcare
As one of the UK’s biggest care providers and a leading healthcare provider, we understand better than most how outstanding care can make a real difference to people’s lives.
We believe that home care isn’t ‘medicine’ to be taken twice a day; it’s a way of improving people’s lives and helping them continue living the life they prefer to lead, rather than one they feel they have to accept.
It’s reassuring to know that we employ twice as many carers as our nearest competitor, and our carers are 30 minutes or less by car from 90 percent of the UK population – so we’re always here to meet your needs.
Delivering high quality care since 1972
Allied Healthcare began life in 1972 as a one-branch home nursing service in Staffordshire. Since then, we’ve grown to become one of the nation’s biggest and most recognised care providers, with more than 80 branches across England, Scotland and Wales and a subsidiary in Ireland. Delivering the high-quality care that people deserve is very important to us and the network of branches we’ve developed allows us to manage local teams of healthcare professionals, giving the benefit of a truly personal service. Learn more about our commitment to quality.
Chosen by commissioners
We’re the trusted care provider of choice for many UK authorities and we’re an approved healthcare supplier to the NHS.
Home care experts
We have the largest number of doctors, nurses, clinical staff, carers and specialist support workers of any personal care provider in the UK. This means we’re in the unique position of being able to cater for practically all healthcare, home care and specialist needs.
We work hard to keep people in their own homes
Our expertise across a wide range of home care services ranges from visiting care to very specialist services. Our experience includes caring for children with behavioural needs, support for people with disabilities, reablement care for those recovering from illness or injury, and expert clinical care by community nurses. We aim to keep as many people as possible, living independently in their own homes.
A joined-up approach
To provide a consistent, informed and responsive service, we develop good relationships with social work and community health teams, customers’ families and advocates, and the GP practices that provide referrals to our services.
We’re an approved healthcare supplier to the NHS, and many local authorities nationwide have contracted us to be a care provider in their area – a result of the great partnerships we’ve developed over the decades.Back to top