Craegmoor takes on clinical governance


Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Major provider of elderly and specialist care Craegmoor Healthcare has launched a clinical governance programme. With a team of 12 staff, newly appointed director of clinical governance, Sandra Stark, said Craegmoor was one of the first organisations, outside of the NHS, to wholeheartedly take on board the structures and attitudes that clinical governance requires. “For too long the care industry has been avoiding this complex issue,” said Ms Stark. “Only through implementation of the framework, will we see an improvement in levels of care. Clinical governance is another element of the company’s focus on client centred care which has already seen us commit more than £2million to staff training. “As a service industry we claim to have customer care and high standards as our overriding objectives – now is the time to prove it. No organisation is perfect, so we all need to make changes. I believe Craegmoor’s intensive programme addresses the challenges we face in a structured way and seeks to improve service le





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