DKJ Support Services
Health & Social Care Experts in Compliance and Bid Management
Health & Social Care Compliance and Bid Writing | DKJ Support Services
Health & Social Care compliance and bid writing can be time consuming. Winning new work. Meeting compliance. It’s all part and parcel of the job if you work in health or social care. If you need a hand with it all, DKJ Support Services are here to help.
Never worry about missing out on new opportunities for work or funding again. Here at DKJ, we coordinate and write winning bids for our health and social care clients every week and can help you mobilise and implement your new services too.
If compliance or CQC registrations are giving you a headache, you can rely on us to take care of it from start to finish. Since 2014, DKJ has helped clients to get registered, conduct mock inspections and set up and review all the paperwork, policies and procedures needed to provide safe, effective care. We leave you free to get on with what you do best.
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DKJ helps health and social care organisations to win work and meet their compliance requirements so that more people can benefit from good health and social care. We’re a family-owned business based in Hull and help businesses large and small across the country, supporting their teams and taking away the headaches of paperwork and processes, every step of the way.