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Isle of Wight NHS Trust

Type of Trust
NHS all purpose trust
Location
Trust Details
Last annual budget
Employees
Chair Danny Fisher
Chief Executive Karen Baker
Links
Website Isle of Wight NHS Trust
[CQC]

The Isle of Wight NHS Trust is unique in England as it provides physical, mental and ambulance services for the Isle of Wight PCT.

It runs St Mary's Hospital, Isle of Wight and the Sevenacres mental health unit. The Trust has established an emergency care hub at the hospital where social workers have joined ambulance crews, mental health teams and district nurses are based together.[1] A helipad was installed in May 2013 to permit rapid transfer to specialist care on the mainland when necessary.[2]

The Sevenacres mental health unit was cristicised by CQC inspectors in November 2013 because patients were unclear about their care plans and were not always involved in decisions about their care or treatment.[3]

In November 2014 the Trust established a ‘strategic estates partnership’ with Ryhurst Ltd, a property management company in a deal which could be worth up to £25m. It is planned to rationalise the existing 21 sites over which the Trust operates and have some community care hubs.[4]

The Isle of Wight NHS is one of the areas selected to pilot Integrated primary and acute care systems under the Five Year Forward View. [5]

Contents

  • Primary Care 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External Links 4

Primary Care

There are 24 GP practices on the island. Out-of-hours services are provided by the Beacon Health Centre which is a joint venture between the trust and Lighthouse Medical Limited, a company formed by the GP practices on the island which also provides dermatology services.

See also

References

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