Inclusion Healthcare Social Enterprise

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"Dr Anna Hiley as Chief Executive Officer with Jane Gray, Beverley Fall & Dr Emily Dibdin as Executive Directors, run the business with the full support of clinical, data quality and administration teams." [1]

"Using a new mechanism identified by the Department of Health called “The Right to Request” (to become a Social Enterprise), “Homeless Healthcare” ceased to be part of the provider arm of the Leicester City Primary Care Trust (LCPCT) on 1st September 2010 to be part of our exciting new social enterprise “Inclusion Healthcare Social Enterprise CIC Ltd” ." [2]

"From 1st November 2013 , Lift , a partnership between Inclusion Healthcare and Leicestershire & Rutland Probation Trust has taken over the Anchor Centre." [3]


In March 2011 the Leicester Mercury reported: "Doctors and nurses who set up a not-for-profit company to provide healthcare for the homeless have been described as "inspirational." The praise came from Minister for the Cabinet Office Francis Maude during a visit to the Dawn Centre, in Conduit Street, Leicester, yesterday. He heard first-hand how NHS staff working at the homeless centre's GP surgery decided to form social enterprise Inclusion Healthcare to manage the service, which has won a five-year contract to provide healthcare for 900 patients. It followed a change in Department of Health rules, which meant services might otherwise have been put out to tender and possibly run by a private company..." [1]


45 East Bond Street, Leicester LE1 4SX

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  1. Inclusion Healthcare About, organizational web page, accessed December 7, 2014.
  2. Inclusion Healthcare Inclusion Healthcare and Social Enterprise, organizational web page, accessed December 7, 2014.
  3. Inclusion Healthcare Anchor Centre, organizational web page, accessed December 7, 2014.