Cirencester NHS Treatment Centre
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Welcome to Cirencester NHS Treatment Centre

Our treatment centre is run by leading health and social care provider, Care UK, on behalf of the NHS. We only treat NHS patients and we’re focused on providing the best possible, personalised care to the people of Cirencester and the surrounding area.

We offer day treatments across the following areas:

  • Dental surgery
  • Ear, nose and throat procedures
  • General surgery
  • Gynaecology
  • Joint replacements (outpatient assessment only)
  • Minor orthopaedic surgery
  • Pain management
  • Urology

 We also provide a comprehensive one-stop outpatient service at Gloucester Health Access Centre for orthopaedics, ear, nose and throat, gynaecology and urology.

Our news

News about Care UK’s Wellbeing Foundation

News about Care UK’s Wellbeing Foundation

February 9 2015

Belinda Moore, the Chair of Care UK’s Wellbeing Foundation Board, talks about why the Foundation is supporting music therapy initiatives and outlines some of the charities which have already benefited from its grassroots grants.

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Christmas tips for people caring for loved ones with dementia

Christmas tips for people caring for loved ones with dementia

December 23 2014

Everyone wants Christmas to be magical but all too often it can become stressful as family members’ different needs and expectations collide. Maizie Mears-Owen offers advice on how to survive Christmas and support relatives with dementia.

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Appointment of new Chief Financial Officer

Appointment of new Chief Financial Officer

December 12 2014

 Care UK today announced the appointment with immediate effect of Phil Whitecross as Chief Financial Officer.

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Health news

Advice for runners taking part in the 2015 London Marathon

Advice for runners taking part in the 2015 London Marathon

April 20 2015

On Sunday 26 April more than 30,000 people will take part in the 2015 London Marathon. The 26.2 mile race first took place in 1981 and since then has raised more than £700 million for charity. Care UK physiotherapist Paul Soley offers advice to people taking part.

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