The five-year plan which is likely to include doctors, dentists, physios and pharmacists will make sure that a person's healthcare experience does not just entail clinical outcome but makes them feel valued and comfortable at the same time. It was released at Renfrew Health and Social Work Centre.
This project will soon be put forth the GPs and dentists across the Lothians, and will ensure much more dignified and respectable treatment of the patients.
“Primary care accounts for more than 90 per cent of all patient contact with the NHS, so it is absolutely right that it is at the forefront of introducing the strategy”, says Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon.
She added that this primary care would for sure result in making the ‘Quality Strategy’ work in all the NHS in Scotland.
Her pioneering plan actually aims at freeing up nurses’ time, as it would enable them to spend some more hours on direct patient care.
An addition to the scheme which is said to have propped up a compassionate and sensitive approach in hospitals, this new plan was released by Ms. Sturgeon wherein she met the staff and patients of the building’s health services together with all the members of Renfrew’s Social Work Department.