Wednesday, 16 May 2018

NHS Improvement complements Royal Surrey on performance.

As you will know the Royal Surrey went through a very bad financial crisis and as a result was under surveillance from NHS Improvement. Through determined management it has turned itself around. The 2017/18 financial year has just ended for which the so-called control total set by NHS I was a deficit of £2.93 million but the likely outturn looks like being over £3 million surplus (a turnaround of £6 million).

Additionally, nationally, all hospitals have struggled to meet national targets such as the 4 hour wait in A&E. However, much to its credit, the Royal Surrey has been the exception and this has been recognised by NHS I. It has asked whether it can investigate how Royal Surrey managed to perform so well in order that others can learn. Well done Royal Surrey.

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