We will deliver compassionate, patient-centred care that empowers people to regain their mobility, independence, and quality of life. Through efficiency, expertise, innovation and collaboration we will tackle health inequality and improve access to life-changing care.
Our strategic objectives 2023 - 2028
Deliver outstanding care that is safe, seamless and patient-centred
By 2028, we will be rated as ‘outstanding overall’ by our regulators, the Care Quality Commission. This will indicate that we are achieving the highest levels of care and quality.
Work with our community to reduce health inequality and support prevention
By 2028, we will be reducing health inequality by improving access for people in the most deprived 20% of our communities. This will indicate that we are reducing health inequality.
Innovate, improve, research and teach
By 2028, we will be kitemarked as a Major Revision Centre and Surgical Elective Hub and will publish 30% more research publications. This will indicate our expertise.
Efficient, effective and sustainable
By 2028, we will have increased the number of people we treat by 20% within our current resources (this figure will be adjusted as resources increase). This will indicate excellent productivity and support more people to access treatment.
Rated as among the best NHS hospitals to work for by our team
By 2028, we will be rated in the top 5% of Trusts to work for by our people in the NHS Staff Survey. This will indicate that we are supporting our most valuable asset; people.
Collaborate to support improvement, locally, regionally and nationally
In the next five years, we will help to deliver a standardised pathway for elective orthopaedics in Birmingham and Solihull. This will indicate that our system is transforming for the benefit of patients.
Our strategy is designed to improve the care and support you receive. In you'd like to get involved in our Trust and help us to make improvement happen, get in touch! There are lots of different ways you can support us.