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Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10147/239631
Title:
North Eastern Health Board annual report 2000
Authors:
North Eastern Health Board (NEHB)
Publisher:
North Eastern Health Board (NEHB)
Issue Date:
2000
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/10147/239631
Item Type:
Report
Language:
en
Description:
The North Eastern Health Board continued to develop the range and quality of services available to all during 2000. This is the fifth annual report for our Board and it gives a broad outline of the wide range of services and activities during the year. On a personal note, 2000 was my first year as the Board's Chief Executive Officer. I am extremely grateful for the support and co-operation which 1 have received from the Board and the staff during this year, and especially the assistance, loyalty and advice of the members of the Management Team. Three new members were welcomed to the Management Team during the year with the appointment of Mr. Lany Walsh, Mr. Aidan Browne and Mr. Jim Curran following the recommendation of the Local Appointments Commission. These individuals bring With them a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Management Team and are most welcome to their new posts. I must also thank the Board's chairman, Dr. Hugh Dolan, who has selflessly and tirelessly worked above and beyond the call of duty for the Board and has always been available to discuss Board business, as well as representing the Board at the many functions organised by ourselves and by other organisations. I would also the to thank the Board's staff who again showed during 2000 how committed they are to Providing the highest quality health service to all. The Board Members, the management team and myself greatly value their efforts and Professionalism The year 2000 was another successful year for the Board. From the beginning of the year, the seamless trail of the Board's computer and medical equipment to the new millennium was testimony to the ability of this project. The volume of work undertaken by the Board was faster than in any previous year While the money spent on health care provision was also unprecedented. Great emphasis was placed upon the provis1on of safe services to patients and the availability of a safe working environment for all our staff. These two issues will focus the attent1on of us all when developing our services further during the com1ng years. The report "Health Status in the North Eastern Heath Board" was published during 2000. This report provides the Board and its Management Team with a benchmark against which improvements in the health status of our population in future years can be measured. While this report highlights the Board's achievements during 2000 we must be aware that a number of challenges must be met in the coming years. As stated above, the provision of safe services and a safe working environment must be addressed continually. We must have regard to changing standards and demands in delivering our services. We must improve our communication process both within and outs1de the Board. We must recruit and reta1n staff of the highest calibre. We must strive to achieve a status of maximum regional self-sufficiency. These are just some of the many challenges for the Board, however, 1 am confident that we have the Board members and staff available to use to this challenge. I look forward to building upon the successes highlighted in this report. Paul Robinson
Keywords:
NORTH EASTERN HEALTH BOARD; ANNUAL REPORT

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DC FieldValue Language
dc.contributor.authorNorth Eastern Health Board (NEHB)en_GB
dc.date.accessioned2012-08-22T21:12:20Z-
dc.date.available2012-08-22T21:12:20Z-
dc.date.issued2000-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10147/239631-
dc.descriptionThe North Eastern Health Board continued to develop the range and quality of services available to all during 2000. This is the fifth annual report for our Board and it gives a broad outline of the wide range of services and activities during the year. On a personal note, 2000 was my first year as the Board's Chief Executive Officer. I am extremely grateful for the support and co-operation which 1 have received from the Board and the staff during this year, and especially the assistance, loyalty and advice of the members of the Management Team. Three new members were welcomed to the Management Team during the year with the appointment of Mr. Lany Walsh, Mr. Aidan Browne and Mr. Jim Curran following the recommendation of the Local Appointments Commission. These individuals bring With them a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Management Team and are most welcome to their new posts. I must also thank the Board's chairman, Dr. Hugh Dolan, who has selflessly and tirelessly worked above and beyond the call of duty for the Board and has always been available to discuss Board business, as well as representing the Board at the many functions organised by ourselves and by other organisations. I would also the to thank the Board's staff who again showed during 2000 how committed they are to Providing the highest quality health service to all. The Board Members, the management team and myself greatly value their efforts and Professionalism The year 2000 was another successful year for the Board. From the beginning of the year, the seamless trail of the Board's computer and medical equipment to the new millennium was testimony to the ability of this project. The volume of work undertaken by the Board was faster than in any previous year While the money spent on health care provision was also unprecedented. Great emphasis was placed upon the provis1on of safe services to patients and the availability of a safe working environment for all our staff. These two issues will focus the attent1on of us all when developing our services further during the com1ng years. The report "Health Status in the North Eastern Heath Board" was published during 2000. This report provides the Board and its Management Team with a benchmark against which improvements in the health status of our population in future years can be measured. While this report highlights the Board's achievements during 2000 we must be aware that a number of challenges must be met in the coming years. As stated above, the provision of safe services and a safe working environment must be addressed continually. We must have regard to changing standards and demands in delivering our services. We must improve our communication process both within and outs1de the Board. We must recruit and reta1n staff of the highest calibre. We must strive to achieve a status of maximum regional self-sufficiency. These are just some of the many challenges for the Board, however, 1 am confident that we have the Board members and staff available to use to this challenge. I look forward to building upon the successes highlighted in this report. Paul Robinsonen_GB
dc.language.isoenen
dc.publisherNorth Eastern Health Board (NEHB)en_GB
dc.subjectNORTH EASTERN HEALTH BOARDen_GB
dc.subjectANNUAL REPORTen_GB
dc.titleNorth Eastern Health Board annual report 2000en_GB
dc.typeReporten
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