Responding to the Covid-19 pandemic
Virgin Care is part of the NHS family – we’ve been partnering with the NHS since 2010 – and we’re continuing to work together with them and with local authorities through the national emergency response to COVID-19.
As the pandemic continues to affect people across England and the United Kingdom, we want you to know how we are playing our part in the national response, how we are supporting public health and care services, and – importantly – how we are caring for our 7,000 valued colleagues and their families.
After spending 37 years in NHS and 3 years of delivering NHS services through Virgin Care I am proud of everyone here who delivers high quality patient services.
Michelle Lee, Managing Director in Lancashire
Virgin Care has joined businesses from across the UK in an initiative to help Britain and its most vulnerable citizens through the coronavirus crisis. It has teamed up with former Cabinet Minister, Rt Hon Justine Greening, as a founding member of the C-19 Business Pledge.
I work for Virgin Care and during this crisis they have been amazing!
Julie Harrington, Wellbeing Service, Bath and North East Somerset
Our school nurses are on hand to give young people help and advice on a range of issues during Lockdown through the confidential texting service ChatHealth.
How we’re working with the NHS, councils and charities to help the most vulnerable during the coronavirus pandemic
We at Virgin Care have been working flat out with the NHS, local authorities and other partners helping the response to Covid-19. Here, our Head of Commissioning and Wellbeing in Bath and North East Somerset, writes…
Our regional response
Each of our services is working closely with its local health and social care providers to contribute to the local response. This is just a flavour of what we're doing.