Invicta Health was commissioned by the Canterbury and Coastal CCG to provide a GP Streaming service for the Urgent Care Centre at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital. This went operational from 6th July 2016 and runs over 7 days a week. Collaboration between East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust, the Canterbury and Coastal CCG and Invicta Health has proved invaluable in providing a successful service with positive feedback. The service is aiming to work closer with the out of hours service to develop seamless pathways and handover.
The GP service at Kent and Canterbury Hospital provides expert medical care for patients presenting to urgent care centre with primary care presentations or minor illnesses. It works closely with nurse practitioners and support staff to ensure patients are seen in a timely manner to ensure effective patient flow.
To ensure patients receive a swift and seamless assessment and treatment by the right healthcare professional to meet their clinical needs.
Invicta Health is working closely with our commissioners, out-of-hours provider, and general practice to develop an integrated urgent care system which enables patients to be seen at the right place at the right time by the right health care professional.
The Operations Manager for Invicta Health CIC is taking part in the 54 mile London to Brighton Bike Ride on the 16th June. Please show your support by visiting our donation page. “In 2012 Paul, my brother in law, had 3 Heart Attacks and survived. Having seen the devastation heart disease has on families both personally […]
Thank you to everyone who came along to the Invicta Health Practice Managers Conference on the 5th November 2018! We hope to see you all again next year.
Funding from the Diabetes Structured Education Transformation Programme has facilitated a selection of foundation level diabetes courses from the PITstop suite of training; courses ideal for Registered Practitioners and Non-Registered Practitioners. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org!