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our company

We are driven by a clear vision.

Everyone in the UK will have access to the very best of conventional and complementary medicine, with practitioners working together for the benefit of patients.

Get Well UK's mission

To be the best supplier of complementary healthcare to the National Health Service.

Government support

Support came from the government in February 2005 when the Parliamentary Under-Secretary for the Department of Health, Melanie Johnson, said in the House of Commons, "I thank the hon. Gentleman for notice of the question in relation to Get Well UK. We understand the benefit that many people get from complementary therapies. Local commissioning is a matter for local discretion, but we can see the benefits to local practices of an intermediary pulling together a range of services in the area for alternative medical treatments." Link to Hansard

We were delighted to be selected as one of the first investees of Futurebuilders - a Treasury fund established to assist capacity building in community organisations who deliver public sector services. The investment will help Get Well UK to serve more NHS patients. We have been developing our infrastructure so that we can deliver contracts anywhere in the UK. UnLtd Ventures have helped us with our replication model.

Tell me more about the company

After 18 months of R&D Get Well UK was incorporated in May 2004 (registered in England and Wales company number 5132754), the same month we began delivering our services in a North London community.

We are  fully committed to equal opportunities. You may have noticed that our whole business is based on equal access to healthcare, but if you want to read our equal opportunities policy, you can.

If you are interested enough to get to this part of our website, perhaps you would like to know more about the first year in development; what we learnt, what went well and less well. It was written with a view to sharing our experiences with other people setting up new enterprises. Annual Review (Feb 2003 - March 2004)

Year two shows how we developed and the views of our skateholders. Annual Review (April 2004 - March 2005)

Year three is an audio file, an interview with Boo Armstrong reflecting the year.