NHS Estate

NHS Estate

The sum total of real property—buildings, land, vehicles, and equipment—which comprises tangible NHS assets.
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The NHS Estate in Wales report says it is "vital" non-essential buildings are disposed of so valuable resources can be focused where they are most needed.
The grossly inefficient Private Finance Initiative which has resulted in ownership of much of the English NHS estate being in the hands of multi-national companies who will always put profit before patient welfare; 3.
The committee is also seeking more details on the Assembly Government's capital spending programme, particularly in relation to the NHS estate and the multi-million project to upgrade Welsh school buildings.
The physical condition of the NHS estate: Targets - 75% of the estate will be in condition B or above by 2005 and 90% of the estate will be in condition B or above by 2008; Latest data - 71.23% of the estate achieved condition B by March 31 2004, improving from 70.24% the previous year;
"She has a demonstrable track record of strong engagement of clincians, staff, trade unions and partners and delivery of significant change that has led to the transformation of services and the NHS estate in the area." Andrew RT Davies, South Wales Central AM, said Ms Williams' departure has come as no surprise.
Public Health Minister Joe FitzPatrick said: "The Healthcare Retail Standard supports healthier eating across the NHS estate and it is right that our hospitals show a lead in providing food and drink which is health promoting.
Worryingly, a 2017-18 Audit Scotland report found an [pounds sterling]889m backlog of repairs in the whole of the NHS estate, suggesting the problems may be getting out of hand.
Mr Macdonald called for assurances that the NHS maintenance backlog is being given the priority and funding needed, after audit Scotland said in 2017-18 the NHS estate faces PS889 million of work needing done.
A third defendant, Michael Cope, 43, an NHS estate manager, will return to court on Monday charged with fraud after he also allegedly endorsed Evill's firm and received a PS500 cheque as a gift.
There needs to be more flexibility in the way the NHS estate is used.
Beware the hazards of "one size fits all" and "reorganisations"--the diversity and range in the NHS estate and its operation is staggering.