The Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of the CHKS 40 Top Hospitals 2010.
CHKS is the UK’s leading independent provider of healthcare intelligence and quality improvement services and evaluates Trust’s across 21 performance indicators covering safety, clinical effectiveness, health outcomes, efficiency, patient experience and quality of care.
The Royal Surrey has also heard this week that it has secured a place in the Healthcare 100 list, which identifies the top healthcare organisations to work for in the UK. 300 organisations applied for entry into the list and the Trust will find out its exact placing at an awards ceremony in July. Commenting on both accolades Chief Executive Nick Moberly said:
“Everyone at the Royal Surrey has worked very hard over the last few years to put the Trust among the very best in the NHS. We have successfully reduced waiting times for patients, have one of the lowest mortality rates and are one of the safest hospitals in the country. Our major change programme Patients First has also delivered better quality and more convenient care and services and are continually looking at ways we can improve for our patients.“It is fantastic that these efforts have been recognised, first of all by being authorised as a Foundation Trust in December and now as a Top 40 hospital and one of the best healthcare employers. These awards recognise the fact that we are delivering great patient care and that the Royal Surrey is a great place to work.”
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