Healthcare At Home supported the MJA Awards for the first time this year sponsoring the Newcomer of the Year award. Mail Online journalist Stephen Matthews won the Award with the Judges describing his winning piece, The IVF clampdown, as “an impressive exclusive developed from a tip-off”. They added: “A strong piece following a story through with research and interviews to produce and excellent article.” The Award was presented by Sophie Thompson and Jasmin Dent on behalf of Healthcare at Home.
The company’s aim is to enhance the way in which care is provided for patients, and it is recognised as the pioneer of UK homecare.
Since it was founded in 1992, Healthcare At Home has provided clinical homecare to 1.4 million patients, combining excellence in nurse-led patient support, pharmacy and distribution of medicine with an in-depth understanding of patient care pathways. The company now has 1,500 employees caring for more than 150,000 patients a year, and has operating companies in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, making it is one of the UK’s leading providers of home healthcare services.
Partnering with health systems and pharmaceutical companies, Healthcare at Home’s mission is to continue to develop innovative models of care that meet patients’ evolving needs outside of the hospital in both acute and long-term conditions.
For more information on the company and the services it offers, go to the Healthcare at Home website
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