Building improvement delivered on time during Covid-19 pandemic
One of Sheffield’s flagship health centres – Jordanthorpe Health Centre, has been remodelled to accommodate another GP practice, with the work delivered two weeks ahead of schedule despite the challenges of Covid-19 pandemic.
Delivering a range of health and wellbeing services and increasing space utilisation at former cottage hospital site
Finchley Memorial Hospital was redeveloped via the NHS Local Improvement Finance Trust (LIFT) programme with a combined public and private capital investment of £30 million, demonstrating flexibility of the LIFT estate to meet changing clinical strategies and service delivery needs.
Migration & integration of acute services in Colchester, enables operational savings and service improvements
The process of closing Essex County Hospital has put the local health economy at risk of losing many essential services. However CHP, together with North East Essex CCG, has been able to migrate these services to the underutilised Colchester Primary Care Centre just two miles away, leading to expected system savings of circa £2 million per year.
A successful combination of strong partnership working, flexibility and total commitment to meeting the needs of older frail people
In a new and unique approach to health and care, the ground-breaking services and new clinically led team primarily treat 12,000 frail older people in Hull with long term conditions who have been assessed by their GP as being at risk of hospital admission.
Bringing lifesaving dialysis treatment closer to home for patients in Coventry
Partnership working with the LIFTCo and CHP reconfigures space to accommodate specialist renal services with 12 dialysis stations and around 47 patients each week taking advantage of
the state-of-the-art facility.
Arts therapies at the heart of social prescribing ethos at Kentish Town Health Centre
At Kentish Town Health Centre in London, arts and creative therapies are working alongside GP services as part of a social prescribing ethos.
Innovative centre management model doubles patient services and improves financial performance in Norfolk
A new approach to centre management at Thetford Healthy Living Centre in Norfolk is delivering a much-improved level and variety of clinical services, and positively impacting on the building’s financial performance. As a follow up to this success, CHP is now working with partners to support similar functions in two other local buildings.
Centre Management pilot improves services for tenants and patients in Hull
An 18 month Centre Management pilot in Hull is improving services to tenants and patients while maximising estate utilisation and efficiency across 12 local healthcare and community centres.
Improving patient care and driving savings through enhanced utilisation in North Essex
Through the Strategic Estate Planning Programme, CHP is working with North Essex CCG to assess a number of innovative and practical options for reducing the costly under-utilisation of space at Fryatt Hospital: identifying opportunities designed to meet local patient needs and drive system savings.
Securing the future of health and wellbeing services close to home in Hertfordshire
The new £30m hospital in Welwyn Garden City is one of a new generation of local hospitals providing key services in the heart of the community bringing health and well being facilities closer to home for local residents.
Bringing urgent care closer to patients’ homes and unlocking potential system savings
The reconfiguration of the Widnes Health Care Resource Centre is unlocking potential systems savings through improved building utilisation and providing much needed urgent care within the heart of the local community.
Linking health and local authority services through the One Public Estate Programme in Nottingham
Through it Strategic Estates Planning work, CHP is acting as the link between Health and Nottinghamshire’s One Public Estate programme to enable a strategic approach to the utilisation and planning of the shared health and local authority estate across the county – with the aim of delivering critical estate savings.
Making the best use of NHS buildings across North Manchester
A joint funded utilisation study by CHP and North Manchester CCG has shown that modern primary care centres have considerable scope for accommodating additional services time reduce the cost to the NHS – an estimated £900,000 per annum – in wasted space.
Health and social benefits of co-located primary care services and extra care housing
Milehouse Primary Care Centre and Mill Rise Extra Care Village in Newcastle-under-Lyme stands as an excellent example of the benefits of integrated health care facilities with extra care accommodation for older people.
CCL Solutions supports development of £150 million centre
Cumbria-based consultancy company CCL Solutions – of which CHP owns 40% – has been instrumental in the delivery of the new £150 million Clatterbridge Cancer Centre which opened on 27 June 2020.