At Interserve we offer a wide range of domiciliary care services for individuals and the NHS though its specialist healthcare provider - Interserve Healthcare - a UK business with extensive experience in providing high quality care services to individuals in their own homes.
Services are provided across the country through Interserve Healthcare's 27-strong branch network and 2,000 trained care professionals. A dedicated care-at-home team support clients every step of the way, from initial enquiry through to the delivery of care. The team at Interserve Healthcare has an in-depth knowledge and experience in coordinating and delivering care-at-home packages and are able to advise on the most suitable service to meet each individual's specific requirements.
From long-term complex care through to support with everyday living, Interserve Healthcare provides a high quality care service, tailored to the individual's requirements. This care-at-home service allows individuals to remain independent, remaining in the comfort of their own home, without compromising on the quality of care.
Live in care
With our live-in care service, a nurse, carer or support worker can move into the home to provide support people to remain living independently.
Our complex care service supports people with continuing care needs, providing a high quality, bespoke service in the home.
We can provide people with the support they need during time away in the UK or abroad.
Hospital to home
We can provide support to individuals being discharged from hospital - whether it is when they return home or throughout the entire discharge process.
Our discreet personal care service is designed to support people with day-to-day living, allowing them to remain independent in their homes.
Whether it is providing companionship on outings, helping with household chores or simply having someone to speak to and spend time with, our service can meet the simplest of requirements.
For people suffering with a life-threatening illness, our palliative care service can provide the support required that means people can remain in their homes.