Nursing care
Supporting independent living

We offer a nurse-led and expertly managed clinical care service with a difference. Our dedicated team and unique care packages enable more individuals with complex medical conditions to continue living at home, where they really want to be.

Why choose NLG?

What sets our nursing care team apart is their ability to deliver solutions for those that others may not feel able to support at home.

This can take a high level of clinical care, and complex interventions, such as ventilator management. The NLG difference is apparent long before the actual work begins.

At the recruitment stage, we get to know the person behind the CV and that enables us to offer them the training and development opportunities they need to get them where they want to be. We always take the time and trouble to get this right because we understand that happy carers provide better care.


Ongoing attention to detail

Our determination to cover all the bases extends to each individual assignment. Our clinicians perform face-to-face assessments, carefully handpicking nurses and personal assistants to match the needs of the client and the service user.

Wide-ranging expertise

Specialisms within the team include tracheostomy care, ventilator care, complex gastrostomy and continence needs with catheter and stoma care. Beyond this, we cover many progressive neurological conditions, as well as acquired brain and spinal cord injury.


Which regions do we cover?

Working alongside all local clinical commissioning groups in Hull, East Riding and North Lincolnshire, as well as the network of case managers and solicitors, we supply flexible solutions that increase the independence of those we work for.


All part of a day’s work for our exceptional nurses
  • Continence care – including bowel care, catheterisation and bladder washout
  • Parkinson’s treatments – Duodopa or APO-go Pump
  • Insulin injections and blood sugar monitoring
  • Nephrectomy care
  • PEG, RIG, low profile button, PEJ feeding tubes, gastrostomy and jejunostomy care
  • Non-Invasive Ventilation, tracheostomy Invasive Ventilation
  • Tracheostomy care
  • Ventilated care –BiPAP, CPAP, PS, Nippy ventilation
  • Oral and tracheal suction
  • Cough assist
  • Chest percussion
  • Oxygen therapy
  • Tracheostomy tube changes
  • Bag Valve Mask use