Cambridge Care Company

Haverhill,Newmarket, Bury St Edmunds

About Us

Providing Health & Social Care in Suffolk.

Cambridge Care Company was created in 2006 by experienced care expert, Penny Overy. The aim has and will always be to build a well-trained team who provide the quality of care to others that we would want for ourselves and our family.

Cambridge Care Company – key facts
We have three registered offices, , one in Newmarket, one in Haverhill and one in Bury St Edmunds that also covers the Sudbury area. We are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and currently have more than 100 staff providing over 2,500 hours of care and support each and every week.

Who we care for
We look after people of all ages – from young people to the elderly – with a range of needs and disabilities. We’re qualified to provide a wide range of specialist care for those with learning disabilities, physical ailments, mental health issues including Alzheimers and dementia and to provide end of life care. Find out more on our specialist training here.

We are recognised by the local authorities as providing an excellent standard of care and, as a result, much of our work is referred by social services, the rest is through word of mouth and recommendations. We are proud that we’ve earned ourselves such a strong reputation and every day we work to maintain and improve on the high standards we’re known for.

Find your role in care

We are always looking for hard-working, diligent and empathetic carers to join our team.

So if you’re an experienced Health & Social Care Professional or someone looking to start a new career in this challenging yet rewarding field, please send your CV and a covering email setting out why you’d like to join the Cambridge Care Company team or email


Training – new recruits

  • First 6 weeks – Full induction to NTO Standards
  • First 6 months – NTO approved foundation level training course
  • First year – Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care for care staff. All other employees receive the training appropriate to their work.

Staff training – refreshed annually

  • Manual Handling
  • First Aid
  • Health and Safety
  • Fire Safety
  • Administering Medication and Medication Policy including Ear, Eye and Nose Drops
  • Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults
  • Food Hygiene
  • Infection Control
  • Mental Capacity Act

Examples of Specialist training available:

  • Autism
  • Dementia
  • Stroke
  • Epilepsy
  • PEG Feeding
  • Catheter and Colostomy Care
  • Diabetes
  • Understanding Brain Injury and Neurological Conditions
  • Challenging Behavior
  • Developing Skills and Using Visual Support for Communication
  • Learning Disability and Mental Health
  • Oral Hygiene
  • Supporting People with Complex Needs
  • Total Communication Approach
  • End of Life Care

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