Totally awarded a number of contract extensions

Totally plc (LON:TLY), the provider of a range of healthcare services across the UK and Ireland, has announced a number of contract extensions, including 12-month extensions for services provided at Urgent Treatment Centres in Greater London,  along with funding to pilot additional clinical services in the North East of England.

The extensions and pilot are worth a total of c.£7.5 million and have been awarded to Totally’s wholly-owned subsidiaries Vocare Limited, and Greenbrook Healthcare Limited, which together form Totally’s Urgent Care Division.

Wendy Lawrence, CEO of Totally, said: “I am pleased to report on the continued success of the Group’s subsidiaries, where employees have been working tirelessly throughout the ongoing pandemic. The retention of Vocare and Greenbrook as the preferred providers of these urgent care services demonstrates the continued confidence in our service delivery across the UK.

“Totally is proud to be standing shoulder to shoulder with the NHS, helping it to manage fluctuating demands for patient-facing services. The Company looks forward to updating the market on its first quarter activity as part of a trading update planned for release in September.”

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