24 Oct 2019

Collaboration between Wren Healthcare and eXroid to drive business growth

Discovery Park Health Hub tenants partnering on home treatment of haemorrhoids via electrotherapy

Wren Healthcare,  a UK CQC-registered healthcare provider founded by clinical nurse specialists, and eXroid, which delivers safe and effective electrotherapy for haemorrhoids, are pleased to announce an exciting collaboration bringing this treatment to patients at home across the United Kingdom.

Wren Healthcare specialist nurses will be treating patients with the NICE recommended therapy in their own homes, in a unique service providing patients with a valuable alternative to attending clinic. eXroid’s non-invasive treatment for haemorrhoids has been available in the UK for a number of years and up until now has only been available in private surgeries.

Wren Healthcare is the only provider globally to be offering this service as homecare by qualified registered nurses. The collaboration with eXroid was brought about by interaction between the two organisations at the developing Health Hub at Discovery Park.

Iain Campbell, CEO of Wren Healthcare, said, ‘We are delighted to have formed this partnership with eXroid, so that patients can now choose the setting in which to receive treatment, including the comfort of their own home. The Health Hub at Discovery Park provides us with a very useful platform for interaction with other companies too, and we are hopeful that it will lead to further partnerships in the future.’

Michael Wilshaw, Managing Director of eXroid, said, ‘Around 8 million people in the UK are believed to suffer from piles, and many never seek treatment for what can be a very painful and debilitating condition. Working with Wren Healthcare provides a valuable complement to our in-clinic services and helps us bring relief to many more sufferers.’

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