Gainsborough Specialist Bathrooms, the specialist bath manufacturer for the long term care sector, has become a member of the British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA) so that its commitment to quality products and service is officially recognised.

BHTA Gainsborough Specialist Bathing

Members of the Gainsborough Specialist Bathrooms team – now operating as members of the BHTA.

Established in 1917, the BHTA is one of the oldest associations in the UK representing the mobility and assistive industry. Its members commit to the BHTA Code of Practice, the only one in the industry to be approved by The Chartered Trading Standards Institute. By pledging to this Code, members guarantee to support customers in a fair and appropriate manner, so the best solutions are supplied now and in the future. Ethical selling and supply practices must be strictly adhered to and the interests of every client must come first.

As a Gainsborough Healthcare Group brand, Gainsborough is already regarded as a trusted manufacturer in adjustable care baths and a leading specialist in accessible wet rooms. Nevertheless, by joining the BHTA, this specialist manufacturer now has the endorsement of a highly respected and established independent organisation.

Peter Eckhardt, CEO, Gainsborough Healthcare Group, says:

Peter Eckhardt“All our brands have a reputation built on ethics, quality and client understanding. Our team takes pride in delivering a trustworthy service with bather and carer needs at the very heart of what we do. This ethos is now officially recognised by being a member of the BHTA – hence underlining the Gainsborough commitment to positive outcomes for all.”

Dr Simon Festing, BHTA CEO, adds:

“We are delighted to welcome the Gainsborough Healthcare Group to our membership as we believe their approach to business perfectly reflects our values. Gainsborough Healthcare Group have three decades of specialist bathing experience, and their initiatives will have a great impact in the community, residential and acute healthcare setting.”