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Changes in healthcare provision are driven by advances in clinical procedures, technology, organisational change, funding and a population that is growing and diversifying.
These drivers for change lead to the constant rebalancing of where treatment and care is best delivered, how it is delivered, and what outcomes are expected from the money spent.
We have worked with both private and public sector clients across the breadth of the healthcare provision - including primary care (doctor’s surgeries, dentists), secondary care (hospital and community care), specialist care facilities and mental health facilities, as well as assisted living and rehabilitation centers.
More efficient operations
In recent years there has been pressure on realizing targeted efficiencies and close examination of all operational budgets. This has translated into new ways of working, better use of expensive space - as well as adopting commercial measures, performance audits and innovative procurement solutions.
Having significant experience in both public and independent healthcare sectors, Gleeds is well placed to promote more effective ways of developing, reviewing or restructuring your estate strategy.
Within the United Kingdom, Gleeds has experience with one of the world’s largest centrally funded providers of diagnostics, treatment and care – the National Health Service. This means we know what it takes to provide sustainable healthcare solutions and can provide our specialist knowledge worldwide.
Harnessing specialist services
Gleeds’ specialist strategic advisory division - based in the United Kingdom - is designed to complement and support our core cost management, project management and asset management services worldwide.
The rapidly changing nature of healthcare services means we must help our clients find ever-more commercially driven solutions — both in the short and long-term. Roger Pulham, Head of Healthcare