Many health and social care consultants work within one aspect of health and social care.
At Swift Management we are proud to say we have a team of consultants that span the entire health and social care arena.
We employ consultants who support:
- Care Homes
- Domiciliary Care Agencies
- Supported Living Projects
- Acute Private Hospitals and Surgical Centres
- Private Mental Health Hospitals
- GP Surgeries
- Diagnostic Centres
- Private Ambulance Services
- NHS Trusts – Clinical Governance
The extensive experience of our consultants bringing together all aspects of health and social care, results in a strong team approach to every project, enhancing the outcome for our clients whilst broadening the experience of team members.
Many people who contact Swift Management do so because of an issue which has arisen with CQC (England), however our team are able to offer support with regulatory issues in Scotland and Wales.
We also assist clients with improvements, redesign of services and business strategy reviews, expansion of existing services and new service provision. We are able to undertake feasibility studies to assist with financing and due diligence reports when considering an acquisition.
Health and Social care is a highly regulated industry and in many instances the regulations extend past the Health and Social Care Act.
We assist clients with UKAS accreditation, something which has been made mandatory by the government for those private sector institutions that undertake Covid-19 testing.
Many of our consultants are registered nurses with active nursing and midwifery council registrations. This means our nursing team also works with legal firms to provide expert witness statements when required.
Our team are able to take on both long and short term projects. We offer packages of support at every level from one off training sessions and advice and support when there is a regulator issue to long term support, whatever is required.
Our team are committed to providing the very best possible support to health and social care providers.