NRS becomes first company to gain corporate CECOPS accreditation for all its services
NRS Healthcare has become the first organisation to gain corporate CECOPS accreditation covering both services of community equipment with wheelchair services, covering all the services it provides throughout the UK
NRS is a provider of community equipment and wheelchair services to local authorities, the NHS, and the general public.
It offers a wide range of products to allow people to remain independent, such as bathing aids, paediatric equipment, rise & recline chairs, rollators and mobility scooters.
Jerry Benson, Chief Executive of NRS Healthcare, said: “Working to the CECOPS outcome-based quality framework across community equipment and wheelchair services, and being independently assessed against this, has helped us immensely.
“It will help us to deliver the highest possible standard of service to our customers and stakeholders.”
CECOPS CIC was formed to act as an independent user-led body, and voice, for assistive technology services, and is a way to introduce, promote and maintain high standards of services.
CECOPS CEO Brian Donnelly commented: “CECOPS is the gold standard for quality in the assistive technology provider space. We are delighted that NRS Healthcare sees the value in our standards and scheme.
“It is great that NRS has achieved corporate accreditation for all of their community equipment and wheelchair services contracts. Their commitment to quality and improving standards is impressive and it is evident why they are a leading provider in the space.”