The notion of a community healthcare clinic is constantly evolving from the traditional model of a local clinic staffed by general practitioners and nurses, serving mainly rural populations. There is now a renewed interest in these organisations and their potential to deliver a more integrated care service within the community.
However, in order to successfully make this transition, there is a need to better equip these clinics with the tools to ensure they’re able to cope with the extra demand and the ever-evolving medical treatments that are being practised.
With over 500 community healthcare clinics across the UK, these organisations are an essential part of the healthcare system. Community hospitals provide a range of services to their local community, such as community beds, maternity, clinics, minor injuries units, X-ray departments and much more. They have been part of our healthcare system for more than 150 years and offer a strong tradition of ca