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The first healthcare company in UK to be accredited by the Good Business Charter

WILTSHIRE, United Kingdom, 8 June 2020: Regent’s Park Healthcare has become the first healthcare company to be accredited by the Good Business Charter.

Regent’s Park joins major corporates including Richer Sounds, Deloitte, London City Airport, Capita and Brompton Bicycles on the list of companies that have joined the Good Business Charter since its launch in early 2020.

Dr Anil Ohri, Founder and CEO, Regent’s Park Healthcare said:

“I’m delighted and proud that Regent’s Park Healthcare is the first healthcare company in the UK to be accredited to be a member of the Good Business Charter (GBC). I founded the company in 2002, resolute to embed a responsible and ethical approach to the way we conduct business. We have long recognised that the highest standards of professional integrity allow us to build enduring relationships based on trust and confidence.”

He added:

“I don’t think it is possible to operate a business without an ethical code; you need to look in the mirror. The Charter provides us with this opportunity to reflect and ensure our methods always match our values. In the years ahead, I hope continued membership of the GBC will demonstrate our uncompromising commitment to our staff, customers and society.”

About the Good Business Charter

The GBC brings together ten standards and accredits organisations who achieve all ten standards. The ten business standards are listed on the GBC website:



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