The Police Rehabilitation Centre has established a clinical governance plan to ensure the highest standards and a comprehensive system of quality improvement. This enables us to clearly demonstrate our commitment to the overall delivery of our clinical services and ensure its service developments address all components of clinical governance.

The following areas of clinical governance are reviewed regularly within The Police Rehabiliation Centre.

The Patients Experience:

The planning and organisation of care.

The environment of care that acknowledges the Department of Health strategy of December 2012 “Compassion in Practice”. This is centred on 6 core values of care, compassion, communication, courage, competence, and commitment.

Leadership, Strategy & Planning:

Planning of services.

Organisational performance review.

Use of Information:

Information about the patient’s experience.

Information about the outcomes of patient care.

Staff Focus:

Staffing and staff management.

Education, training and continuous personal development.

Multi-disciplinary team working.

Processes for Quality Improvement:

Clinical audit programmes.

Evidence based practice & clinical effectiveness programmes.