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Date: 12 December 2015
We deliver NHS adult community health services in Cornwall and Isles of Scilly.
Being a Community Interest Company means that we are run for the benefit of the community. We are not for profit and any financial surplus we make is reinvested straight back into patient services, staff and local communities.
We are registered with the Care Quality Commission which routinely inspects us to ensure we are providing high quality, safe services.
As part of our commitment to being open and transparent, we hold our quarterly Community Interest Forum in public. Information about Peninsula Community Health, such as our Board of Directors and our Annual Report, is available here on our website.
Peninsula Community Health was formed on 1 October 2011 as a separate, not-for-profit service provider to the commissioning organisation NHS Cornwall and Isles of Scilly. Although we are now run independently for the benefit of the community, we are still the same people, delivering the same service as when we were NHS Community Health Services.
We now work as part of the NHS family in a similar way to GPs, Dentists and Pharmacies and continue to provide the same high quality services as before.
We have a clear vision. It is: Quality care, closer to you. We want to improve the lives of local people and minimise the need for acute care in hospital through early interventions, increased patient choice and delivering quality care closer to, or in, patients’ homes.
Our vision describes very simply what we want to achieve. To support our vision we have three objectives which shape all our developments. These are:
We will bring our values alive in the decisions we make and the way we behave.
We plan to focus on developing how our values can create a better sense of identity and connection between staff and the organisation; creating a healthy, mutually supportive and productive working environment where all employees understand the impact of their actions and are accountable for their part in the delivery of care to the patient.