70 Years of the NHS NHS Kingston

What we're doing

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Our priorities

Our corporate objectives for 2016 to 2018 have guided our work and influenced our commissioning decisions.  They are as follows:

Better health

  • We will seek to improve the quality, safety and effectiveness of healthcare services commissioned on behalf of the people of Kingston
  • We will take action to reduce inequalities in health outcomes in partnership with Public Health and other stakeholders
  • We will use choice and personal health budgets to give people control
  • We will use local awareness and engagement campaigns to explain local health and social care services in Kingston
  • We will focus on local clinical priorities in addition to national programmes, including: diabetes/ obesity/ smoking/ falls/ anti-microbial resistance

Better care

  • We will shift investment from acute to primary and community settings
  • We will improve out of hospital services for the local population working with primary care, social care, community and mental health providers and others
  • We will deliver the urgent/emergency care and elective hospital care access targets for the people of Kingston
  • We will continue to develop and expand 7 day services for patients in all care settings
  • We will focus on local clinical priorities in addition to national programmes, including: maternity/ dementia/ cancer/ learning disability/ mental health

 Sustainability

  • We will implement our estates and digital strategies
  • We will develop and implement our new models of care (including Kingston Co-ordinated Care)
  • We will aim to deliver our 2017/18 financial plans including the achievement of Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) targets

 Leadership

  • We will lead an innovative organisation, which creates and shapes services to meet the changing needs of the people of Kingston
  • Service change will be patient centred
  • We will ensure that there are effective arrangements for the oversight of the quality, effectiveness and safety of commissioned services
  • We will engage with the CCG workforce to develop their skills, reward excellence and make Kingston CCG an employer of choice
  • We will govern with transparency, comply with best practice & meet statutory obligations
  • We will work in partnership with the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames to develop the Kingston Commissioning Services and work towards integrating commissioning of services with the local authority
  • We will explore opportunities with neighbouring CCGs for collaboration in commissioning whilst delivering the sustainability and transformation plan.

If you'd like to read more about what we've achieved over the past year, take a look at our current annual report.

 

 

Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group, 2nd floor, Thames House,
180 High Street, Teddington, TW11 8HU
Tel: 020 39419900
Email: kingstonccg.communications@swlondon.nhs.uk

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