The contract is for the provision of urgent treatment centre services to Watford General Hospital, co-located in the A&E department, on behalf of West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust.
The contract will be in effect from 1 April 2020 until 30 June 2024, with an option for West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust to extend the contract term for a period of up to 4 years.
‘One of the primary objectives for Greenbrook post acquisition was for the group to obtain a further foothold in the London and South East markets, so we are pleased to see evidence of this progress so soon after the acquisition,’ said Wendy Lawrence, chief executive officer of Totally, Greenbrook’s parent company. ‘This new contract reflects the commitment of each of the group’s businesses to providing excellent healthcare services to patients all over the UK, as well as proving the ability of the Greenbrook team to secure significant new business.’
‘We look forward to bringing our services to Watford General Hospital and working closely with the NHS to develop and improve healthcare services in the West Hertfordshire region,’ Lawrence continued. ‘We remain focused on continuing to develop our service offering and expanding our reach across the UK & Ireland and hope to update the market on further progress made by Greenbrook and the company’s other subsidiaries in due course.’
Greenbrook Healthcare operates nine urgent care centres alongside walk-in centres and GP practices across London.
As reported in June, Totally plc bought Greenbrook Healthcare for a total consideration of £11.5m on a cash free and debt free basis.