healthcare consultants specialising in improving patient safety

healthcare consultantancy specialising in improving patient quality of care

Healthcare Improvements

All healthcare organisations strive to provide outstanding care and to achieve this they need to continually improve their systems and processes. Whether this be empowering staff to make appropriate decisions or monitoring care processes, there is always so much to do.

Employing a consultant is a cost-effective way of engaging with an expert for a focused project.

So whether you need support to write a policy or a full service review we can help.

Examples of what we can offer are:

  • Policy writing and audits
  • Process Audits to provide reassurance to the board, for example audit of recruitment practices
  • Organisational Gap Analysis and action planning against national guidance
  • Patient and Staff Evaluation of a new facility or service to give assurance to funders that their money has been used wisely
  • Serious Untoward Incident Investigation

We know that time, resources and finance are in short supply so to minimise wasting any of these we always adopt a structured approach to all our projects

  • Assessment of the problem
  • Offer a solution
  • Develop a detailed action plan and support implementation of the solution
  • Project Review – evaluate the impact of the solution and celebrate success

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Why use Nutbrook?

Our knowledgeable consultants have a range of experience from many hospitals in the world, they know what works and what doesn't.

We are a people focused organisation and will work with you to make meaningful changes. We judge our effectiveness by your success.

Nutbrook Healthcare will deliver a high quality project within an agreed timeframe.

About Nutbrook Healthcare

Nutbrook Healthcare was founded by Sue Harris MSc, as a vehicle to share some of the lessons she has learnt in over 30 years working in healthcare. Her mission is to make hospitals a better, safer place for patients and staff.

Sue started her career as a nurse and midwife and then went on to manage maternity units in Essex and the East Midlands. She then used her varied experience in her role as CNST assessor for the NHS Litigation Authority, prior to the withdraw of the standards in 2014.

Since then she has worked with charities including Macmillan Cancer Support and Bliss, the neonatal charity, has been a member of international hospital audit teams in Europe and China and has delivered risk management training in both the UK and United States. Sue also has a keen interest in the theory of leadership and has been a member of the Scout Association as either a leader and volunteer manager since 1985.