Surrey Adults Services - Virgin Care
Virgin Care has joined businesses from across the UK in an initiative to help Britain and its most vulnerable citizens through the coronavirus crisis. It has teamed up with former Cabinet Minister, Rt Hon Justine Greening, as a founding member of the C-19 Business Pledge.
Elly is a Healthcare Assistant at Farnham Hospital and is currently undertaking an Assistant Practitioner Apprenticeship.
Surrey Heath District Nursing team has been recognised for its commitment to completing an all-important colleague survey.
Popular ‘fidget cubes’ are helping to relax children and young people who are being treated by Virgin Care’s Surrey’s Community Dental Service.
We provide similar services across the country, where we’ve invested significantly in bringing services together and improving the experience for the people who use our services.
Each month Virgin Care makes one change in every single service it runs as a direct result of feedback from the people who use the services. From little changes like moving chairs around to big ones – such as offering additional appointments or helping a patient with a specific request – it’s part of how Virgin Care makes sure that everyone feels the difference.
A Surrey district nurse has been crowned the top performing student by the Queen’s Nursing Institute.
Two Virgin Care Community Matrons working in Surrey Heath have been recognised by local NHS commissioners, colleagues and patients for making a difference in the care they provide to patients and in supporting colleagues.
Each month Virgin Care makes one change in every single service it runs as a direct result of feedback from the people who use the services.
Virgin Care, one of the largest independent providers of NHS services in England with more than 400 health and social care services, is celebrating a successful year of projects to improve services designed, developed and delivered by its frontline health and care colleagues.
Inpatient Therapists in Surrey can continue to give extra help and support to people returning to living independently following rehabilitation at Farnham Hospital, after Virgin Care together with the hospital’s League of Friends and the local Farnham Hedgehogs charity funded a newly modified car.