Leicestershire disability aids provider NRS Healthcare has reported turnover of £200m in its last financial year.
In its latest accounts, the daily living aids, mobility equipment, disability equipment and therapeutic resources provider, reported turnover of £219.7m in the year ending 31 March 2020, up from £184.9m in the previous year.
Pre-tax profit for the business fell to £9.1m from £9.3m in 2018/2019.
The company’s accounts stated: “The market for the provision of outsourced healthcare products continues to grow and there remains a strong pipeline of new opportunities to provide ICES, wheelchair, telecare and clinical services.
“Additionally, the capability of the company and the scope of services it provides, continues to broaden reflecting the ambition of the directors to continue the transformation of the company to a leading supplier of community health and social care.
“As a market leader within the industry, the directors believe that there is significant scope to develop and grow the business in future periods.”
NRS is backed by private equity firms H2 Equity Partners and LDC.