Updated 27 October 2017
Our biggest challenge is to continue to invest in services and improve quality and the patient experience against a backdrop of tightening public sector spending. In this context, our priority remains frontline clinical services, especially patient safety and improving the patient experience. There is no question of the Trust compromising on quality or standards. We are also committed to our programme of capital investments.
Learning from Deaths Policy
Policy for Undertaking Case Record Reviews
Nursing and Midwifery Strategy
Caring with Pride is our three-year Nursing and Midwifery Strategy for the Trust.
Quality Improvement Strategy
Delivering quality care is an aspiration of all healthcare staff. As a Trust we have a duty to ensure our patients receive safe and personal care at all times and empower our staff to deliver this.
Our Vision is reflected in our values and the diagram on the front page of our Quality Improvement Strategy 2015-2018 summarises how we would like our patients to experience care in our Trust. With this strategy along with our Trust objectives will set the direction for continued improvement in the quality of care over the next 3 years.
More details about the Trust's priorities are set out on our Annual Plan page. We are committed to working with our patients and clinical staff to do our best and to make service quality the best we can achieve.
(Older strategies of the Trust are archived here).