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Three year programme 2012 - 2015

 
Three-Year Programme 2012 - 2015
Three-Year Programme 2012 - 2015

Over the next three years, the scope and approach to our work will be kept under review to ensure that we remain focused on those aspects that matter most to the citizens of Wales. We will continue to ensure that we are proportionate in the ...

03/09/2012

 

Healthcare Inspectorate Wales

 
About HIW
About HIW
Healthcare Inspectorate Wales is the independent inspectorate and regulator of all healthcare in Wales. HIW’s primary focus is on:

  • making a significant contribution to improving the safety and quality of healthcare services in Wales;
  • improving citizens’ experience of healthcare in Wales whether as a patient, service user, carer, relative or employee;
  • strengthening the voice of patients and the public in the way health services are reviewed; and
  • ensuring that timely, useful, accessible and relevant information about the safety and quality of healthcare in Wales is made available to all.

 

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20/12/2011

 
Bio Kate Chamberlain
Bio Kate Chamberlain

"Healthcare Inspectorate Wales (HIW) is committed to working closely with other review and audit bodies. Through collaboration we can ensure that our work is proportionate, looks at services across organisation and agency boundaries and continues to focus on the things that matter most to the citizens of Wales. HIW’s work is focussed on ensuring that those accessing and using health services in Wales receive the best possible care and treatment, are treated with dignity and respect and that those who are most vulnerable are properly safeguarded. Together with colleagues from the Joint Inspectorates we will ensure that our joint work adds value and better outcomes for people using public services in Wales."



 Kate Chamberlain - Chief Executive



12/03/2014

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