Legal Information

Our Purpose, Compliance & Modern Slavery

Our Purpose

Our purpose is to provide high quality specialist healthcare, within the community, closer to patient’s homes. We believe that innovation and continued development are integral to the delivering of effective healthcare services.

•We are a trusted member of the national NHS ICF Framework, undertaking NHS commissioned elective surgery, medical diagnostics, and specialist care contracts.
•We are registered and fully compliant with Care Quality Commission
•Consultant-led Minor Surgery, Endoscopy & ENT services
•Diagnostic Ultrasound Screening service delivered by British- qualified Sonographers/Radiographers
•We believe that all patients are entitled to high quality healthcare within their own community and are striving to close the gap on Health inequalities


Beacon Medical Services Group has established a Business Management System, the purpose of which is to ensure that the company satisfies its customers and supplies products/services that meet their requirements.

The system is designed to support the strategic direction of the organisation and ensure compliance with:
• The requirements of ISO 9001;
• The standards of the Care Quality Commission (CQC);
• The requirements of NHS Tender agreements;
• Government Healthcare legislation;
• Health and safety regulations;
• Beacon Medical Services Group’s, vision, ambitions and company culture;
• The standards of Disabled Friendly accreditation

Modern Slavery

Beacon Medical Services Group is a provider of specialist healthcare and medical diagnostics to the communities of Greater Manchester and Greater Preston. Our purpose is to provide high quality specialist healthcare, within the community, closer to patient’s homes. We believe that not only do we have a duty of care to provide the highest quality of healthcare to our patients, but we also believe that our duty of care extends to safeguarding those within the communities in which we operate.

Here at Beacon Medical Services Group, we are uniquely placed to identify and act on any signs of Modern Slavery. All members of staff, be that our clinicians, administration or management, undergo annual in-depth risk assessment training and safeguarding modules to ensure that Beacon as an organization takes an active stance against modern slavery.

Even though Beacon Medical Services Group are not a relevant commercial organisation as defined by section 54 (“Transparency in supply chains etc.”) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (“the Act”), we still believe that it is part of our corporate responsibility and our duty to our communities to ensure there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or any part of our business activity.



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