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Nottingham University
Hospitals NHS Trust
ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING 2014

Agenda
6pm-6.10pm:

Welcome & introduction
Louise Scull, Chair

6.10-6.30pm:

The 2013/14 story
Peter Homa, Chief Executive
Video: Celebrating our achievements
Rupert Egginton, Director of Finance & Procurement

6.30-6.45pm:

Celebrating 40 years of kidney transplantation
Keith Rigg, Kidney Transplant Surgeon and Simon Roe, Kidney Specialist
Patient stories

6.45-6.55pm:

Priorities for 2014/15
Peter Homa, Chief Executive

6.55-7.15pm:

Our vision for the future
Louise Scull & Peter Homa
Video: introducing the ‘events in the tents’
Values audit – headlines
Our new vision

7.15-7.30pm:

Questions & Answers
Chair & Executive Team

NUH APM 2014

Welcome
& introduction
Louise Scull,
Chair

NUH APM 2014

The
2013/14 story
Peter Homa,
Chief Executive

NUH APM 2014

Improvements
QUALITY, SAFETY &
EXPERIENCE
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‘Good’ organisation: Care Quality
Commission inspection

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One of the strongest performers in the country for ‘friends and family’ test

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Lowest cancelled operations ever achieved -

Launch of shared governance

Improvements
QUALITY, SAFETY & EXPERIENCE
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60% fewer cases of Clostridium difficile & 35% fewer MRSA bacteraemias

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14.6% less falls (11.5% fewer harmful falls)

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35% fewer stage 3 pressure ulcers

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Zero stage 4 pressure ulcers in 16 months

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Major trauma centre serving full region outcomes among strongest in country

Improvements
STAFF EXPERIENCE
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First people’s Nurse & Midwife of the Year Awards

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Expanded Long Service Awards

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New ‘Just Do It’ fund

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Launch of staff ‘friends and family’ test

Improvements
STAFF ENGAGEMENT
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In best 25% of trusts for overall staff engagement -

NHS Change Day success

Other headlines


First Trust in the country to be awarded the Soil Association ‘gold award’ in recognition of our commitment to sourcing local ingredients for food



Named Carillion the new provider of Estates and Facilities services following
2-year market test exercise. We are working in partnership with Carillion to further improve the quality of services we provide to patients, visitors and staff •

Recruited over 800 new public members & developed a new Members’
Reference Group



Became one of the most efficient Trusts in setting up complex clinical trials, leading to more patients getting access to innovative healthcare



Submitted bid to become an NHS Genomic Medicine Centre for rare diseases and cancer - which would put NUH at the leading-edge of research advances & transform medical practice

Celebrating our achievements: our staff tell their story
VIDEO

Our main challenges


Improving the timeliness and quality of emergency care



Finances: £250M over 5 years



Ageing estate and prioritising investments for the future



Investments planned through the Better Care Fund



Necessary & important service changes planned through the
South Nottinghamshire Transformation Programme

Finance headlines Rupert Egginton,
Director of Finance & Procurement

NUH APM 2014

2013/14 summary


£848M income from commissioners



£520M staff pay bill



We invested in more frontline staff to support service developments such as our special falls team and major trauma centre, including:

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288 nurses
44 healthcare assistants



£4.4M raised by our Charity

Financial performance 2013/14
We achieved all of our financial targets, including:
• A small £0.7M surplus (£3.5M less than planned). This was made possible by £4M external support
• Delivering £39.9M savings (£5M less than planned)
• Investing £36.8M in our capital programme

New Cystic Fibrosis Unit
• £6.6M facility opened to patients
• 16 beds
• Serves 250+ patients from across the region (twice as many patients than could…