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Preston-based healthcare company hails its success in bringing national services to local patients

Bespoke Healthcare Holdings (BHH) is focused on delivering locally-based patient focused services for the NHS throughout the UK.  Working in partnership with Foundation Trust Hospitals, Clinical Commissioning Groups and GPs, they undertake general day care surgery, investigative procedures and specialist diagnostic tests for patients, which reduce waiting times at a cost which is hugely competitive.

Its core North West facility is the CQC-registered Greater Lancashire Hospital, Preston, which this week celebrates its third anniversary, having opened on 26 March 2014. The facility now boasts two state-of-the-art theatre suites, four further dedicated treatment and consulting rooms and private recovery areas.

Greater Lancashire Hospital has secured contracts with Lancashire and Morecambe Bay Teaching Hospitals, and North Cumbria University Hospitals, and delivers a wide range of diagnostic, general day care, investigative, medical and surgical procedures. All of these services are led by leading, nationally-recognised healthcare professionals.

Bespoke Healthcare was originally founded in 2006 and has gone from strength to strength, becoming the leading independent provider of nerve conduction study tests and intraoperative monitoring services for the NHS throughout the country.  A service which is still continues to provide.

Commenting on their UK leading medical facilities, services and consultants, Gwam Rajiah, Chairman of Bespoke Healthcare Holdings said: “At Greater Lancashire Hospital, all our patients feel safe, knowing they are visiting a UK centre of excellence facility that meets the highest possible healthcare standards and receive treatments from fully-trained, senior staff, who are second-to-none.

“Through working in partnership with the NHS, we aim to provide an outstanding, market-leading service, which streamlines patient pathways, provides quality care and reduces waiting times. We very often achieve this at or under NHS tariff, but maximise the number of patients by being highly organised. Through all this, our healthcare standards remain second-to-none.”

Since 2006, the company has seen over 100,000 patients nationwide for leading Foundation Trusts, including The Walton Centre, Alder Hey, The Countess of Chester and Royal Cornwall.

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