Totally's Vocare secures contract extensions worth £16.6 million
Francesca Morgan
Company News - 2 mins
09:33, 7th October 2019

UK-based healthcare service provider, Totally (TLY) FOLLOW, announced on Monday that its wholly owned subsidiary, Vocare Limited, a leading national specialist providers of urgent care services, had been awarded two contract extensions.

The first, the South West London NHS 111 & GP Out of Hours ("OOH") contract, worth a total c. £10.6m, has been extended from 28 September 2019 to 30 September 2020.

Additionally, the Scarborough Integrated Urgent Care contract, valued at c. £6m, has been extended from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2022.
Commenting on the extensions, Wendy Lawrence, CEO of Totally, stated: "As we continue to strengthen our partnership with the NHS, we are delighted to announce Vocare has secured further significant contract extensions. 

Such extensions are significant achievements in our business and are a great reflection of the work our staff are doing in delivering quality care to the high standards required by commissioners.”
She added, “We look forward to continuing to develop our services and offerings in all the regions in which we operate and to working closely with the teams on the ground in South West London and Scarborough."

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