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Dedicated to Health and Care

Putting people first ​is a simple statement, but one that ensures that we design our services and facilities around the needs of the people that matter most.

Our reach extends beyond the traditional. We dedicate ourselves to the pursuit of excellence across a broad spectrum of delivery, including our Care division, with the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital, The Kings Lodge Centre for Complex Needs, and the London Neuro Rehab Group forming the hub of our Intensive Caring facilities.

We get people back into the world faster, care more for those with long term needs and train the countries most gifted individuals to help us on our journey of innovation.

Our Values

Caring Hand

We give each patient the high level of respect they deserve

We believe everyone has a unique physical, psychological, and spiritual expression. This is why we act with dignity and respect, while protecting the privacy of everyone involved.

Helping

Giving the Best Help to
Those in Need

We help to maintain and promote the health of each patient. We constantly strive to better the everyday life of the patient by listening, reflecting, and acting accordingly.

Innovation

Always Learning and
Innovating

To provide the best care possible, we need to stay on top of the most recent technologies and the best new treatments. That’s why we invest on the training of our own staff.

A Rich History in Healthcare


1800
The Birth of The Buckinghamshire Hospital

In response to the cholera epidemic, a group of prominent men, led by Sir Harry Verney of Claydon House, raised money to buy and convert a country house just outside the town on Buckingham Road.

1850
Planning the expansion of The Buckinghamshire Hospital

By 1850 the hospital was too small and a building committee under Mr George Carrington of Missenden Abbey was set up.

1858
Plans are drawn and fundraising began

Sir Harry led the appeal and his sister-in-law, Florence Nightingale, to help raise funds. Florence had recently returned from the Crimean war, and was helping to reform British Army medical services.

1880
The Rothschild family brings innovation

When the Rothschild family came to Aylesbury, they assisted with the hospital’s expansion plans, including an innovative x-ray department, and a complete new third floor to accommodate the maternity ward.

1887
Queen Victoria gives the Hospital Royal Assent

After treating people from all walks of life, including Royalty, Queen Victoria gave us her royal assent and the hospital was renamed as The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital.

1948
No longer the Main Hospital for the town of Aylesbury

The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital was the main hospital for the town of Aylesbury all the way through to 1948 when Stoke Mandeville Hospital was expanded and took over that role. It then became a maternity hospital.

1961
The expansion becomes a full rebuild

Plans for expansion were changed to a complete rebuild. In April 1861, the foundation stone of the new Infirmary was laid by Lady Verney.

1962
The Hospital is formally open to the public

In June 1862, it was formally opened, and began treating people from all walks of life. Further expansions ensued, namely a rear expansion.

1992
The Royal Bucks Becomes a Grade II listed building

In 1992 the hospital gained its status as a Grade II listed building, following the efforts of the Aylesbury Old Town Residents Association.

1994
The empty building is sold by the NHS

The hospital stood empty for a few years until 1994 when it was sold by the NHS and became a private hospital specialising in Spinal Injuries and Rehabilitation.

2000
Extensive modernisation of the facilities

During this time, the Hospital was extensively modernised, with new facilities added. However, the hospital closed in 2012.

2013
A New Life with the
 Affinity Group

The Hospital was purchased by the Affinity Group in March 2013, and continues to provide excellent Rehabilitation care for Spinal Cord and Neurological injuries.

PRESENT
Now a Part of The Buckinghamshire Group

With The Kings Lodge, Affinity Training and Home Care Angels as part of the business portfolio alongside a complete refurbishment, we offer the most intensive rehabilitation available in the market today.

A Team You Can Trust

David Comyn

CEO


Rob Cousins

Director


Chris Bialan

Chairman


Our Mission

The Buckinghamshire Group is Care. We want to innovate, challenge and push the boundaries of an industry that is our beating heart. We are a people business — they are at the centre of everything we do, and every decision we make is to improve the quality of life for our clients, staff and stakeholders. If it has never been done before, we will find a way.

With a team hand-picked to be the leaders in the field, we believe we offer the best service in the market today.

Dedicated to Excellence Across the Care Sector

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