Improving lives together while
caring for your loved ones.
Quil Care Group
Quil Care Group is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and supplies experienced high-quality healthcare professionals to work in NHS and private hospitals, nursing and residential homes and hospices, as well as providing home care and support workers to people in their own homes.
We care for many different individuals with a variety of requirements relating to physical health or disability. Our offering includes personal care, domestic care, social care and supported living, as well as care for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, learning difficulties and mental health issues.
Based on our head office in Telford, near Shrewsbury, our specialist healthcare teams have extensive knowledge and expertise within the Health & Social Care industry and aim to deliver the highest possible standard of care, ensuring independence, dignity and quality of life at all times.
Why Choose Us
Our visits or placements can be as short or as long as you need and will involve the setting up and monitoring of a mutually agreed healthcare and support plan, ensuring that you receive the exact help you want and the support necessary to achieve it. We also support the healthcare industry by offering a range of different training courses at our Healthcare Training Centre in Shrewsbury. These include CPD online training courses for career enhancement as well as first aid, manual handling and movement of people and Safeguarding Adults at Risk (SAAR).
Our services are available from 7 am to 11 pm, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year and our care support packages are tailor-made to help you live independently, in your own home, for as long as possible at a price you can afford. All our health care staff complete mandatory training within our own training centre at our head office in Shrewsbury, where we also offer bespoke healthcare training courses to benefit other health professionals. These courses are delivered by experienced instructors.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. Its purpose is to ensure that health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate and high-quality care and encourage care services to improve.
- Register care providers.
- Monitor, inspect and rate services.
- Take action to protect people who use services.
- Speak with an independent voice, publishing regional and national views of the major quality issues in health and social care.
Hear From Our Clients
“I like the fact that you can speak to the same people all the time, I am not speaking to strangers in the evenings or weekends, shifts are constantly being offered to me at the places I like to go to. That way I can do my job and actually make a difference in people’s lives.”Support WorkerLearning & Disability Home
“Quil Care Group are very helpful with any last minute shifts we have, and we like the fact that the on call service is the same people we speak to during the day; we know who we are talking to, and more importantly they know us and which staff have come to us before.”Registered ManagerNursing & Complex Needs
“Quil Care Group have consistently offered me work within my availability, I am going to clients which I feel comfortable going to, and I am treated like a person which is great. Thank you guys.”Registered NurseHospitals & Nursing Homes
Why Work With Us
At the Quil Care Group, we are always looking for highly professional healthcare staff who share our own caring values to become part of our healthcare team. We aspire to provide a rewarding and enjoyable working life for all our healthcare staff.
Our reputation is based and built on the quality of our staff, so every member of the Quil Care Group staff receives an annual appraisal and regular supervision meetings to discuss and review training and support needs.
We also invest in our staff who are looking to further their career development by offering NVQ training at Levels 2, 3 and 4 in Health & Social Care (equivalent to GCSEs, A-Levels and a Higher National Diploma respectively).