our service strategy

We have developed a new Service Strategy which focuses on further enhancing our collaboration with the NHS as it strives to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.  We will continue to work in partnership with other organisations where we provide care in the community and closer to home, taking the pressure off hospital-based services.  Instead of a lengthy document, we have developed a short 4 minute video to describe our ambitions which can be viewed here

our values

It’s not just what we provide in terms of our services, it is how we provide these services which is important to us.   We truly believe that living our values of ‘Aiming HIGH’ will ensure we maintain and further improve the quality of our services for the benefits of patients. The culture of the organisation led by the Board, is based on our values and are tested in everything we do – supervision; appraisals; service development and through our partnerships.

Honesty – being fair and truthful

Integrity – listening without judgement and being respectful

AGility – being able to mobilise solutions quickly

Humility – keep an open mind and continuously learn and improve

GP care's service strategy

our strategic aims

Alongside our new Service Strategy, we have developed a set of tangible strategic aims and values following engagement with stakeholders, both internal and external to the organisation.  Our ambition for growth is not based on some vanity or egotistical exercise, but on increasing the benefits to the communities we serve – more patients receiving great patient care, a variety of employment opportunities for local people and playing our role in addressing health inequalities.     

 We aim to:

  • Expand services we currently operate to other areas providing high quality services to more people
  • Move into other service specialties which would benefit from our community one stop approach
  • Further enhance our positive culture and provide greater training and development opportunities for our staff as we expand our services
  • Create strong partnerships with organisations with similar values that enhance our service offerings
  • Improve service quality through innovation and by adopting practical ways of involving patients in the design and delivery of our services
  • Contribute to addressing health inequalities by tailoring our services to the diverse communities we serve
  • Ensure our services are financially and environmentally sustainable, achieving accreditation standards that endorse our service quality.

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Benefits we aim to deliver

  • Our services enable patients to be seen more, in community locations instead of usually outside of a hospital environment.
  • We provide a friendly, interactive, and responsive, patient experience, through our Patient Support Team and Clinical Teams.
  • We operate with high levels of clinical governance and are regulated by the Care Quality Commission.
  • Our patient feedback is outstanding.
  • The extra capacity we provide to the NHS system means that patients can be seen within shorter waiting times.
  • Referral routes are simple, using recognised NHS systems.
  • Our service models are one-stop where appropriate, meaning our patients receive a range of diagnostics in one appointment.
  • Patients are discharged via electronic discharge summary often on the same day but within two working days.
  • To allow patients to be managed in primary care we offer Advice & Guidance and Management Plans.

Our support reduces pressure on the local NHS system through:

  • Increased clinical capacity at recognised tariffs
  • Better achievement of waiting time targets
  • Straight forward, rapid, procurement, and, of course
  • The right care for patients at the right time with the right clinician

When people ask what GP Care is about, this is it.

We care enormously about our patients, about the work we do and our colleagues. This poem and video was created by our staff and we are so proud of the result!

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