Whilst the hospital is now the largest in Europe it is subject to funding cutbacks, like many other publics institutions in the UK. Your role is to use operations management theory to:
– Improve the overall patient and visitor experience when using the hospital facilities.
– Improve the staff efficiency to support the patients and visitors, throughout all its key
– Consider some local changes to the infrastructure and processes to facilitate these
Your suggested changes may then be reviewed by the medical professionals for best practice and then rolled out to other main hospitals throughout the UK.
Please produce a Management Report which briefly addresses the following issues:
1. Provide a clear explanation in your Report of the link between, strategy, operations strategy and the performance objectives of operations for the above challenges at the Royal London Hospital. Support your explanation with examples. Also, you must identify how your Report will measure: Speed, Quality, Flexibility, Cost, Layout, Innovation and Inventory at the Royal London Hospital.
2. Clarify for your project brief for the Royal London Hospital: What are the Inputs?
What are the Transformations (Design, Planning and Control, Improvement)? What are the Outputs?
3. Suggest and justify some new specific operational improvements to improve the patient and visitor experience to the Royal London Hospital, based on your Consultancy brief. You must be creative, noting reducing levels of funding, thus seeking to add value with your suggestions. You must recognise the need to maintain and improve operations to meet demanding quality standards.
Patient and Visitors Experience:
Your role is now to develop the patients experience of their visit, supporting by relevant academic tools and techniques from the Blackboard teaching material and other relevant academic sources. You may build on experiences from your own visits to hospital. You must be creative and consider how the overall experience would improve the management of the hospital. They may include the following aspects:
– Transport links to and from the Royal London Hospital
– Car parks and shuttle busses to wards, inc access for disabled
– Gift shops and restaurants
– Nearby other facilities
– Access to Wifi and TV
– Smaller side wards.
– Quicker waiting times
– More focus on aftercare following treatment
Background about the hospital:
London’s newest hospital has opened its doors for the first time.
The 650m Royal London Hospital, in Whitechapel, east London, contains 110
wards previously housed in facilities dating from the 18th Century.
The hospital occupies an area equivalent to 40 football pitches, with the level of diagnostic care doubled.
The Royal London is a leading, internationally renowned teaching hospital based in east London.
We offer a full range of local and specialist services, which includes one of the largest children’s hospitals in the UK with one of London’s busiest paediatric Accident and Emergency departments.
Home to London’s air ambulance, The Royal London is also one of the capital’s leading trauma and emergency care centres and hyper-acute stroke centres. The Royal London Hospital was founded in September 1740 and was originally named The London Infirmary. The name changed to The London Hospital in 1748 and then to The Royal London Hospital on its 250th anniversary in 1990. The first patients were treated at a house in Featherstone Street, Moorfields in November 1740. In May 1741, the hospital moved to Prescot Street, and remained there until 1757 when it moved to its current location on the south side of Whitechapel
Road, Whitechapel, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
The Royal London is part of Barts Health NHS Trust. The Royal London provides district general hospital services for the City and Tower Hamlets and
specialist tertiary care services for patients from across London and elsewhere. It is also the base for the HEMS helicopter ambulance service, operating out of a specially built roof area. There are 675 beds at The Royal London Hospital. The new building is the largest hospital in Europe.
The present School of Nursing and Midwifery was formed in 1994 by the merger of the Schools from St Bartholomew’s Hospital and The Royal London Hospital to become the St Bartholomew School of Nursing & Midwifery. Prior to this, the school of nursing was known as The Princess Alexandra College of Nursing and Midwifery. In 1995 the new Nursing School was incorporated into City University, London. Both Schools have a strong and respected history dating back over 120 years and have produced many nurse leaders and educators. The School has since been incorporated into the School of Health Sciences, City University. In March 2005 planning permission was granted for a 1 billion redevelopment and expansion of The Royal London Hospital. On completion of the project, the hospital will have Londons leading trauma and emergency care centre, one of Europes largest renal services and the capitals second biggest paediatric service. Barts is also undergoing redevelopment and will become a cancer and cardiac centre of excellence.
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