Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust

0300 123 1807 Customer Care Team, Trinity House, 110-120 Upper Pemberton , Ashford, Kent, TN25 4AZ

3 out of 5 stars

Based on 9 ratings for this trust


Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust specialise in delivering NHS care in patients' homes and in community settings. As an NHS Foundation Trust we have freedom to be more innovative, whilst continuing to improve our services and enhancing our levels of engagement and involvement with our patients.

We are confident we can reach new heights in providing healthcare locally building on your local ideas and your active support and involvement.

We are an NHS organisation employing around 5,700 staff made up of community nurses, physiotherapists, dietitians and many other healthcare professionals.

We are one of the largest community health providers in England, serving a population of approximately 1.4 million people, with a budget of £200 million.

Our services are currently funded mainly by NHS Kent and Medway to provide NHS care for you in your community.

We have 12 Community Hospitals. We also provide care in peoples own homes, nursing homes, health clinics, Community Hospitals, Minor Injury Units and mobile units.

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Latest reviews of this trust

District Nurses

The district nurses have been absolutely fantastic and a real credit to the profession. Many of them have gone up and above their job to ...

22 July 2018


I have always found the service to be excellent

12 July 2018

Very good service

Went for a consultation regarding my back. Consultant was thorough, helpful and professional. Very pleased with outcome and will follow up.

14 May 2018

Seeking medical attention

My son lives near Sittingbourne. He has been in extreme pain from his lower spine since September 2017. His leg is numb and he can't ben...

22 February 2018

Care of my mother Gwen Frost

My mum was diagnosed with termainal cancer in October, after numerous visits to hospitals she came home and my father and I were her main...

4 January 2018

Last updated on 05 July 2018.

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