Vision Statement for Snodland Medical Practice

  •  Patients become equal stakeholders with the Doctors & Staff in setting goals and standards. This will be achieved by an effective and empowered PPG (Patient   participation group) & developing better engagement mechanisms with the wider community.
  •            Promote holistic care with special emphasis on patients with LTCs (Long term conditions) and frail elderly. This will be achieved via more effective multidisciplinary working & partnerships with other stakeholders including the Voluntary sector, Social services, carers & willing volunteers. There will be parity in emphasis between mental and physical conditions.
  •           Sustainable workforce with high morale and commitment to deliver high quality care. 
  •           Enabling patients to take greater personal responsibility of their clinical conditions. This to be achieved by better education around self-care, signposting, peer support  and greater emphasis on Disease prevention.
  •           Clinical innovation and better use of technology. Using newer IT solutions to open new formats of interaction with patients, which leads to better access and timely interventions.
  •          General Practice at Scale- Closer collaboration with neighbouring Practices to provide a greater ranger of services closer to patients and ensure sustainability of General Practice as a service.