Hospital and home care
Hospital and home care

Hospital and Home Care

Dedicated special services for hospitals, near home clinics and healthcare at home

Sector Overview

Personalized Patient-Centric therapies are the future of healthcare services – globally.

Tele-health and homecare are a fast-evolving new reality, and everything comes together where the patient is, at the hospital, near home clinic or GP surgery, or home.

What was happening in hospitals is moving to closer to the patient’s home, and hospitals are seeing an increasing need to cater to home healthcare services, typically for patients with chronic diseases.

Direct-to-patient and direct-to-hospital will be the new global reality. It’s already happening and will continue to advance.

Patient and Pharmacy fulfilment

CEVA manages an array of “last-mile” services for patients and understands the requirement for last-mile capability alongside quality requirements. Our focus is always the patient, and we build our solutions with you for your patients. 

CEVA HealthNet in the UK delivers last-mile specialist logistics support.

This includes;

  • Patient home delivery of nutritional feed and ancillaries
  • Across the threshold services including room of choice
  • Storage and distribution of registered medical devices
  • Deliveries to hospitals NHS, private hospitals and clinics
  • MHRA accredited sites including temperature monitoring
  • GDP compliant network, DBS enhanced check drivers
  • Supplier consolidation
  • Cross-dock and delivery
  • Full track and trace.
Hospital and home care

We also serve hospitals where support for inpatient care is essential.

Management of stock: in-house (inside hospitals)

Ground network utilizing carrier network and own vehicles including sustainable electric vehicle options (especially useful for inner cities and for Hospitals in low emission zone areas)


  • Drugs
  • Disposable
  • Stationery
  • Linens
  • housekeeping materials
  • Direct to Hospital deliveries
  • Logistics support to clinical trials.
FORPATIENTS Temperature Sensitive

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