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Visiting – Apart from in exceptional circumstances, visiting is currently suspended to limit the spread of Covid-19 – read more.
Wearing a face mask – New national guidelines mean outpatients and visitors coming to hospital will be expected to wear a face covering or mask, see more information.
Key worker tests for Covid-19 – see details of who’s eligible and how to get a test.
Our five year strategy
A provider of high quality healthcare to our local population
The centre for complex and specialist medicine for Norfolk and East Anglia
A recognised centre for excellence in research, education and innovation
A leader in helping redesign our health and care system to better align it to the needs of our population
Providing for the changing needs of our population
Seeing more patients with long-term conditions with multiple needs and more complex arrangements around their discharge from hospital
The need to innovate to provide new specialist treatments and procedures
A difficult financial climate.
Challenges in recruiting some staff
Our Five Year Objectives
Goal 1 – To be a provider of high quality health and care services to our local population
Develop our physical capacity
Develop our digital capacity
Develop services at Cromer Hospital
Reduce unnecessary variation and adopt best practice
Implement a 24/7 acute hospital service
Goal 2 – To be the centre for complex and specialist medicine for Norfolk and the Anglia region
Strengthen our specialist services
Become recognised as a centre of excellence for cancer, neurosciences and heart attack services
Invest in facilities and staff to ensure we are able to build our range of specialist services e.g. ITU and diagnostic services
Goal 3 – To be a centre of excellence for research, education and staff development
Promote a stronger research culture
Develop new models of education and work based learning
Use values and behaviours to invest in leadership
Invest in the well being of our staff and develop innovative recruitment plans
Play a leading role in the Quadram Institute
Build links across the East of England to promote the life science industry e.g. clinical trials, large-scale data analysis and evaluation of medical devices
Goal 4 – To be a leader in the redesign and delivery of health and social care services in Norfolk
Collaborate with our acute hospital partners in Norfolk
Work with the Norfolk and Waveney STP to help ensure our financial well being
Work with primary, community and social care to improve how we look after our older patients and those with long-term conditions
Work with our partners to reduce demand for emergency admission and the time spent in hospital