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Our results

We’re committed to delivering a first class patient experience and excellent clinical outcomes - we believe it's our results that speak for themselves.

The rigorous use of audits – both internal and external – helps us to gauge how well we’re doing against best practice guidelines and published standards. We also regularly ask our treatment centre patients for their feedback on our services, and in the year to March 2014 achieved an average of 93% in the NHS-wide Friends and Family Test.

Our latest Quality Account for 2015-2016 provides detailed analysis of how our services are doing and where our focus will be over the coming year.

We’re proud of our achievements across a wide range of areas, and of how we’re spearheading new approaches to improve care.

Yet we always recognise that there’s always more we can do. Our approach to integrated governance enables us to aim for the highest standards of safety and quality. 

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Care UK’s guide to help family carers

Care UK’s guide to help family carers

May 25 2017

Our talented colleagues in Residential Care recently launched a guide called A helping hand, an easy-to-follow guide packed with practical and emotional advice and support from our own care colleagues.

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Your summer survival guide

Your summer survival guide

May 24 2017

Our summer survival guide is here to see you through those hazy days that will soon be on their way, with recipes, things to do and tips for keeping your house cool.

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On your marks, get set...

On your marks, get set...

May 11 2017

It’s the season when folk start donning their trainers and pounding the roads. Whether it is a fun run or full marathon, or if it is your first time or you are an experienced runner, preparation is key. Muhammad Fahim, Senior Physiotherapist at Southampton NHS Treatment Centre, offers his advice.

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Health news

May is the month to be tick aware

May is the month to be tick aware

May 27 2017

A tiny blood sucking creature no bigger than a pin head has the potential to cause a whole range of health issues if it gets the chance to attach itself to your skin.

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