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Ross Care (West Hampshire & IOW WCS)
Registration Number: R190447
Service Registered: West Hampshire, Southampton & IOW Wheelchair Service
Organisation Type: Private Company
Date of Registration: 6th August 2019
Renewal date: August 6, 2024
Corporate Accreditation: NO
Accreditation Renewal date: 25th May 2024
- Full Registration
- Service provision
- Clinical & professional responsibilities
Ross Care has over 60 years’ experience in delivering high quality wheelchairs services and is the leading specialist provider and approved repairer in the UK. Unrivalled heritage, with a leading reputation for clinical quality and governance, Ross Care’s differentiated end-to-end service proposition covers the entire service user pathway. This includes catering to the needs of highly complex service users through our market leading manufacturer Consolor. Securing its first outsourced contract in the 1970s, Ross Care has grown to operate 40 long term contracts across England and Wales, covering 45% of the population and providing services to nearly 400,000 wheelchair service users. Ross Care employs nearly 500 team members operating out of 25 service centres, with the head office located in Wallasey.
As an approved repairer for the NHS we provide a full & comprehensive free repair service, should your NHS wheelchair develop a fault. We operate from ten Service Centres and four Clinical Assessment Centres across the England & Wales. This enables us to provide excellent local coverage and response times for our NHS wheelchair users. We have skilled Field Service Engineers out on the roads each day each who each carrying large stocks of wheelchair parts and spares to achieve a very high percentage of first-visit-fixes.