Ashley House

Posted on August 5, 2009. Filed under: Providers | Tags: |

Ashley House | History & Background | accessed 5 August 2009

Ashley House plc developed its first primary care project in 1991 and is now a national organization and a recognised innovator in tailored solution service development. Ashley House has created, in close consultation with its clients, a comprehensive range of construction related services relevant to todays ever changing healthcare environment.

To achieve this Ashley House is organised into five separate divisions.

Traditional Third Party Developer work
With an in-house Team of professionals, we have completed over 200 primary care projects.

Health Parks
These involve the co-location of various health related buildings and care accommodation creating improved patient pathways leading to cost savings for the NHS.

Ashley House plc appointed by DoH as one of only 7 private sector partners able to undertake new Express LIFT work.

Asset Management 
AH Medical Properties plc is our associated medical property investment company. To date the company has acquired circa £100m of assets which are managed by Ashley House.

Clinical Services was created in response to the latest NHS guidelines, on the continued devolvement of services. Our approach is to offer true partnering arrangements with clinicians wishing to provide a wide range of clinical services whilst Ashley House provides capital, business expertise, clinical modelling and infrastructure.

By incorporating modern building techniques with innovative and flexible designs we produce facilities that are purpose built to meet today’s needs whilst retaining flexibility for adaptation in the future.


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