UK Customer Services
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Our dedicated, highly skilled national service team operate from specialist facilities across the UK. Using the latest operational support software and advanced hand-held mobile devices ensures world class customer care and after-sales support when delivering our service, maintenance, and decontamination solutions. See product area page
Talley's specialist bed mattresses and seat cushions are specifically designed to help with the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers in both hospital and community settings.
Our comprehensive product range includes active (alternating pressure) air mattresses, hybrid mattresses (combining foam and air) and reactive (foam only) support surfaces. See product area page
The VENTURI® Negative Pressure Wound Therapy product range offers similar therapy to established wound VAC systems and it is ideal for a wide range of wound types. Excellent clinical outcomes, cost effective treatment and intuitive, simple to use products are hallmarks of the VENTURI range. See product area page
The Synchro Intermittent Pneumatic Compression (IPC) system is designed to reduce the risk of thrombus in the deep veins of the leg. In addition to calf compression sleeves both calf-thigh and foot compression garments can be attached to the whisper quiet, fully automated microprocessor controlled power unit. See product area page
Talley's TECcare CONTROL product range offers safe and effective single-step cleaning and disinfection for all equipment and surfaces in any healthcare setting. Our TECcare PROTECT range is specifically designed to sanitise and moisturise the hands and skin without leaving any residue, tackiness or odour on the skin. See product area page
19th November 2019
With international STOP Pressure Ulcers day taking place on Thursday 21st of November it has been a particularly busy few weeks at our UK head office in Hampshire with the marketing team preparing educational posters and banners for many of our customers.
03rd October 2019
With October rapidly approaching the NHS is starting to prepare for winter and the associated pressures that this brings on bed spaces.