Community equipment provider, NRS Healthcare, has seen a rise in turnover and profits, according to reports.
New accounts filed under Nottingham Rehab, which trades as NRS Healthcare, have revealed that its turnover increased from £160.7m to £165.1m in the last financial year, until March 31 2018.
NRS Healthcare supplies daily living aids, mobility equipment, disability equipment and therapeutic resources has filed its 2018 accounts on Companies House.
The company’s pre-tax profits also rose from £5.1m to £6m.
A statement signed off by the board said: “The directors are satisfied with the results for the period.
“The financial performance in the current period reflects the continued success for the group in a growing and developing market.
“The product sales division of the company continued to perform strongly with revenues again increasing against the prior period.
“This represents a record performance and growth is anticipated to continue in future periods, particularly in the online and digital areas.”
During the year, the company successfully tendered for the Blackburn with Darwen ICES contract and re-tendered for the Northern Ireland Wheelchair service.
It also secured a contract to provide the assistive technology service in North Yorkshire and ICES contract extensions were also won in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, Herefordshire, Norfolk and Powys.
Following the end of the financial year, the business has also won contracts to provide care services in Torbay and adult community occupational therapy services in the Isle of Wight.