Bury Council ICES has this week gone Live on ELMS2

Ethitec are delighted to announce that the Bury Council Integrated Community Equipment Service (ICES) has this week gone live on the company’s ELMS2 system.

Bury Council ICES provides a key service to the people of Bury, Prestwich, Radcliffe, Ramsbottom, Tottington and Whitefield to support independent living, timely hospital discharge, and hospital admission avoidance. Encompassing administration, procurement, delivery, collection, decontamination, maintenance, repair and storage facilities from their new premises on the Bridge Trading Estate in Bury, equipment or adaptations are issued to help with the following:

  • Mobility
  • Moving and handling
  • Bathing
  • Showering
  • Using the toilet
  • Access (e.g. ramps, stair lifts, lifts)
  • Pressure relieving
  • Sleeping/ getting into bed


Ethitec’s ELMS2 system is a powerful and comprehensive software solution supporting the efficient management of Community Equipment Services, Wheelchair Services, and other areas of NHS and Social Care supplies provision. The system provides integrated functionality to manage the end-to-end workflows of such services across the UK.

Prior to the service going live on ELMS2, Ethitec also provided a range of professional services to the Council, including data migration, training, consultancy, and handholding work, together with ongoing support and system hosting.

Ethitec look forward to working closely with the Council, and welcoming them in to the company’s active ELMS2 User Group community.

Steve Healey

Steve Healey is Ethitec's Business Development Manager. You can get in touch with him by calling +44 (0)116 247 0806 or using the form on the contact page.