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Vision and Values

Our Vision

​Involving everybody in improving the health and wellbeing of the people of Halton.

 

Our Values

The key values and behaviours at the heart of our work are:

 

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We will work collaboratively with our practices, local people, communities and with other organisations with whom we share a common purpose.

 

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Openness 

We will undertake to deliver all business within the public domain unless there is a legitimate reason for us not to do so.​ 

 

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Caring   

We will place local people, patients, carers and their families at the heart of everything we do.

 

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Honesty   

We will be clear in what we are able to do and what we are not able to do as a commissioning organisation.

 

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Leadership   
We will be role models and champions for health in the local community.

 

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Quality   

We will commission the services we ourselves would want to access.

 

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Transformation   
We will work to deliver improvement and real change in care.


 

Our Objectives

 

One: To commission services which continually improve the health and wellbeing of

Halton residents.

 

Two: To continually improve and innovate in our engagement with local people and communities to secure their participation in improving their own health outcomes.

 

Three: To deliver improvements in the quality of the health and care services accessed by the people of Halton within the resources available to us and our partner organisations.

 

Four: To deliver all of our statutory duties and commissioning responsibilities effectively, whilst ensuring there are robust constitutional, governance and financial control arrangements in place.

 

Five: To develop the skills, knowledge and competence of the people who are working with us to create a high performing organisation that will allow us to build effective partnerships with other organisations and develop leadership from within.


 

Objectives revised 2015 approved by Governing Body 5th November 2015