Highly experienced and down to earth

  • Reframe is an independent run company based in Hampshire
  • We have been transforming critical care since 2012
  • We’re on hand to provide practical, emotional and clinical support to over 150,000 UK employees
  • Our family is made up of passionate individuals including innovators, case managers and specialist nurses
  • Over 200 clinicians validated nationwide

It’s not going to be easy. But we’ll make it easier.

We guide your people through the toughest times – helping you to nurture talent, minimise organisational risk and optimise business performance in difficult circumstances.

And we give your staff the confidence to manage critical illness in the workplace – so that when the worst happens, your organisation can show its best side and act as a source of positivity for everyone.

Illnesses are complex, the care we receive shouldn’t be.

We recognise the complexities of the UK’s healthcare landscape. From public to private sector, case managers to clinicians – our team of specialists have spent the majority of their careers committed to this industry. We know how it works.

We combine our extensive healthcare knowledge and expertise with a deep understanding of the realities of life-changing illnesses. Together we’re on a mission to transform lives – reframing how people experience chronic and critical healthcare.

Our Values

Practical

We give people the tools they need to keep them moving forward.

Positive

However bad the situation, we deliver a source of hope.

Progressive

Pioneering positive ways of working, we transform people’s experience of critical illness.

Our People

If the worst happens, we put the best people to work on it.

Our support team and specialist nurses are always in your corner. They know what it takes to make the healthcare system work for you.

Reframe Support Team

Changing the shape of healthcare

We believe we can transform how people experience chronic and critical care. That the complex can be made simple. That individual strength can come from community support. And technology that supports life and wellbeing, helps to make us more human.

We combine extensive healthcare knowledge and expertise with a deep understanding of the realities of life-changing illnesses.

We guide individuals through the toughest of times. Accelerating access to care, reducing anxiety and connecting people to the best expertise available.

And we help organisations ensure that when the worst happens, they show their best side, support their people and act as a source of positivity for everyone.

It goes beyond healthcare. We provide clinical, practical and emotional support that transforms lives. And by using technology to connect people to the expertise they need – we can keep people working and help get them back to normality, faster.

We’re reframing critical care. And finding solutions to some of the biggest challenges in healthcare – as individuals and families, as employers and society.

So that when the worst happens, your world doesn’t stop.

Enabling a busy mum to live life as usual.

“The best thing about Reframe was having someone to moan to!”

Belinda’s story

Insights

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HR checklist

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Millennial carers: the hidden community

Millennials have often been dubbed the snowflake generation, but set aside anything you've heard about this group and let’s consider a hidden section of their CV; their life as a carer. And an unpaid one at that.

Impact of caring on mental wellbeing

Lockdown, isolation and remote working are all factors impacting mental wellbeing at the moment. But what if you are also an unpaid carer?

Dealing with bereavement at work

Talking about death is still an uncomfortable discussion, especially in the workplace. Read our article detailing how you can break this process down into steps and provide support for your employees.