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HTGroup, the main medical transport group in Spain, has been awarded a new contract for its scheduled patient transport service in Norfolk and Waveney, eastern England, for a total amount of £56 million (in turn, more than €65 million) for a period of five years, which, in addition The contracts obtained in 2024 consolidate it as one of the main companies in this sector in this country.

This latest award, which will be launched on October 1, will mean… Performs approximately 176,000 patient transfers annually between outpatient, renal, high dependency or mental health patients.. Derek Laird, CEO of HTGroup UK, expressed his satisfaction with this award and highlighted that 2024 “is a clear example of the excellent progress we have made as an organization with previous awards for the Dorset contracts last month in April. As well as Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly which will commence In July.

With the launch of the awards in Cornwall, the Isles of Scilly (from July) and Waveney (in October), HTGROUP’s UK workforce will rise to over 700 employees nationwide.Making it one of the UK’s largest recruiters in the healthcare transport sector. He added: “We have already started working with management and business groups in Norfolk and Waveney and are confident of achieving significant improvements for patients and the local health system.”

Mark Burgess, Executive Director for Patients and Communities at NHS Norfolk and Waveney Integrated Care Board (ICB), said: “Scheduled patient transport services provide comprehensive support for local people, especially those with special needs, to attend their hospital appointments. We are very pleased to be working with HTGroup to plan the launch The service will launch next October and is currently providing more than 45,000 services each month, transporting patients to and from hundreds of care points across the UK including Essex, Dorset and Leicestershire.

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Guillermo Moya, CEO of HTGROUP, highlighted once again the confidence that the Spanish and British administrations continue to show towards the different companies that make up HTGROUP and which has made it the first medical transport operator in Spain and the second in Europe. .

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