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About Us

We provide community-based healthcare services, free to the people of North Somerset.

About Us

Who We Are

We are an employee-owned social enterprise. We provide NHS community health services but are not an NHS organisation. We are free to compete for other contracts and provide other services to the community.

In October 2011 we separated from the NHS to become a social enterprise, providing public-funded health services. As a social enterprise our goal is to offer high-quality services as well as reinvesting profits back into the communities we serve. This enables us to develop new services to address the needs of the community.

Services We Provide

We provide several community-based healthcare services, free to the people of North Somerset. We employ over 600 people who have a wide range of health and therapeutic skills. 

You can read more about the services we offer here

Anti-Bribery Statement

North Somerset Community Partnership CIC Limited is committed to applying the highest standards of conduct and integrity in its business activities and as such the Board of Directors has a zero tolerance to bribery.

A bribe is a financial advantage or other reward that is offered to, given to, or received by an individual or company to induce or influence that individual or company to perform public or corporate functions or duties improperly.

All employees, directors, officers, volunteers, agents, consultants, workers, suppliers, contractors and any other persons or companies acting for or on behalf of the company will follow the following Key Principles.

Key Principles

Employees and others (officers, agents, consultants or any other persons or companies) acting for or on behalf of the company shall not make, solicit or receive any bribes or unauthorised payments. The success of the company's anti-bribery approach depends on all employees and those acting for the company playing their part in helping to detect and eradicate any potential for bribery in particular by reference to our key policies. These Key Principles are supported by five key policies: Anti-Fraud and Bribery Policy, Conflicts of Interest, Scheme of Delegation, Procurement Policy and Gifts and Hospitality Policy.

Reporting Bribery Concerns

If you have any concerns regarding bribery within NSCP please report them initially to our Counter Fraud Service. Contact Claire McGeachy, Local Counter Fraud Specialist on 07736961068 or email Claire.Mcgeachy@rsmuk.com