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About HealthNet Homecare

By delivering services that empower people, we aim to improve the way healthcare is delivered to patients. 

Established in 2015, HealthNet Homecare works in partnership with the NHS to provide storage, home delivery options and nurse support for patients ongoing use of prescribed medicines. 

HealthNet Homecare works closely with hospital clinical and homecare teams, to ensure patients medicine and care is delivered safely and in accordance with industry standards and the individual’s prescription and care plan.

What is Clinical Homecare?

Clinical homecare is the provision, storage, and distribution of specialist medicines which patients can administer or have administered themselves at home with support and training from HealthNet nurses.  

HealthNet Homecare has a team of band 6 trained nurses, who visit patients in theirs home and provide training and care at a time when patients need it most. Learn more about our Nursing Services here.

We also have a dedicated pharmacy care team to support or answer any concerns patients may have.  

How is Clinical Homecare regulated? 

HealthNet Homecare is a member of, and regulated by a number of organisations who have patient care and safety at the forefront of everything they do. We work together to ensure that the Clinical Homecare services we provide meet the highest standards set, whilst enhancing our patients lives. 

Care Inspectorate

The Care Inspectorate is a scrutiny body which supports improvement. They look at the quality of care in Scotland to ensure it meets high standards. HealthNet Homecare is registered with the Care Inspectorate in Scotland.

Care Quality Commission (CQC)

The CQC is the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England. The CQC makes sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care, and they encourage care services to improve. HealthNet Homecare is registered with the Care Quality Commission, and following the most recent inspection has been rated ‘Good’ across all areas. 

General Pharmaceutical Council (GPC)

The GPC regulate pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacies in Great Britain. It is their role to make sure people receive safe and effective pharmacy care and have trust in pharmacy. HealthNet Homecare’s pharmacies are registered with and inspected by the General Pharmaceutical Council; registration number 1113506 (Featherstone) and 9011236 (Swadlincote). 

Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency regulates medicines, medical devices and blood components for transfusion in the UK. HealthNet Homecare holds a Wholesale

National Clinical Homecare Association (NCHA)

The NCHA is the trade body for Clinical Homecare industry. It seeks to standardise high quality Clinical Homecare Services through the regulation of its members. HealthNet Homecare is a member of the NCHA, who maintain and support the highest standards in patient-led homecare organisations across the UK. 

National Pharmacy Association (NPA)

The NPA is the representative voice of independent community pharmacies across the UK and a leading provider of services to the entire sector. Their aim is to support independent community pharmacies to succeed professionally and commercially for the benefit of their patients. As a not-for-profit organisation they are committed to reinvesting in service provision. HealthNet Homecare is a member of the National Pharmacy Association.  

NHS England

NHS England leads the National Health Service (NHS) in England. HealthNet Homecare holds an NHS Community Pharmacy Contract to provide primary care services.  

Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA)

The RQIA is the independent body responsible for monitoring and inspecting the availability and quality of health and social care services in Northern Ireland and encouraging improvements in the quality of those services. HealthNet Homecare is registered with the RQIA. 

With over 600,000* people in the UK currently receiving healthcare via an NHS contracted Clinical Homecare provider, Clinical Homecare enables patients to maintain independence, sustain relationships and pursue work or education.   

To find out more about HealthNet Homecare and the services we offer please contact

*Based on NCHA data, December 2023 

Our Mission

Our mission is to be the partner of choice for Clinicians, Patients and their families & Pharmaceutical Companies. We will create the next generation of patient centred Homecare Solutions in an open, transparent & collaborative manner.