Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust Critique

The Trust provides a range of acute and specialist health services to well over three quaters of a million patients a year and is now a Foundation Trust.

Our application is underpinned by a new vision statement to compliment the Trust's Foundation status (2007)

Our vision is simple.....

'Working in partnership we want to be the first choice provider of health care services to the people of Portsmouth, South East Hampshire and beyond'.

The Trust would like to invite residents of Portsmouth and SE Hampshire to become members of our Foundation Trust.

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The main objectives over the next 3 to 5 years are about improving services.  These can be grouped into six broad headings.
This fails to include all the areas of services provided within the NHS and it will be a challenge to ensure that the smaller services do not get marginalised.

The service headings are:

  • Mental Health

  • Learning Disabilities

  • Drug and Alcohol Service

  • Older People

  • Children

  • Primary and Community Care

 
The purpose of the new NHS is to deliver against the key objectives identified above cost effectively, whilst maintaining high standards of hygiene and care. The management and support services within the NHS must add value to the delivery of these services.

There are things that are more effectively done corporately. This may be because there is a corporate overview that local services will not have or because there are limited skills available that cannot be diluted.  However, accountability and responsibility is best kept at the point where decisions need to be made and will only be centralised when it is absolutely necessary.

 

 

 

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