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Welcome to the West Sussex Practice Managers Association

Coming together is a beginning.                    Keeping together is progress.                    Working together is success.

Henry Ford

Welcome to the West Sussex Practice Managers Association. We have representation from each locality; please click here to find your locality representative. We have both local and national support for this network and we have grown from strength to strength in supporting our Practice Manager colleagues across West Sussex.

With the immense pressures on primary care to meet the demand of an ageing population, we will need to become even more skilled at change management, commissioning and service redesign. We also need to ensure real patient and public involvement as we become involved in making difficult decisions within a financially challenged NHS. We also want to be your voice, to represent your views and opinions, to be able to input into policies as they are created not when they have already been implemented. Please click here for our mission statement

All communications are sent out via the locality managers and they will automatically include all Practice Managers. Please feel free to cascade further to your Deputy or Assistant Practice Managers. We are very grateful to Coastal West Sussex, Mid Sussex and Crawley CCGs for their ongoing support. Please also ensure that you become a member of the national practice managers network, so your voice can be represented where the policies are currently written.

This is your association and your website, please help us to support you by letting us know what training courses or resources would help you.  We do also offer some free coaching for new or existing Practice Managers.  Please see ‘our work’ page for more information.

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  Josiane Wadey – Chair of the WSPMA

  jowadey@nhs.net

 

(Site updated 27/09/2017)
 
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