Hobart Service makes ‘big difference’ to UK hospitals

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Hobart Service engineers have received praise from UK hospitals for keeping catering operations running.

Hobart Service is continuing to go above and beyond to support the NHS, and the division’s hard work and dedication has not gone unnoticed.

Amid a third lockdown and at a time where UK hospitals are busier than ever, the nationwide team of specialist catering equipment technicians is continuing to operate nationally.

The maintenance provider has received many letters and words of thanks over the past 10 months, including praise from Paula Vennells, chair at Imperial College Healthcare: “I wanted to take this opportunity to write personally to thank you and your team for your support during the Covid-19 crisis.

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“The country has thanked the NHS for the amazing work of our frontline colleagues but we know that without the help, advice, long hours and support from our external partners, our response would not have been as effective as it was.”

The letter went on to personally thank Hobart UK’s service teams. The Imperial Estates team showed their gratitude to the “support provided to continue maintaining the service of critical equipment and for attending site for call out repairs in difficult circumstances.

“Your company made a big difference to the way the Trust was able to respond.”

Hobart Service MD Keith Mackie said: “Throughout this year Hobart Service has maintained and exceeded our SLAs for the healthcare industry.

“Despite extremely challenging circumstances, we have continually demonstrated our commitment to maintaining national coverage to all customers requiring our services. We have remained committed to maintaining a nationwide service, with a focus on hospitals, care homes and education.”

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Clare Nicholls

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