After a considerable amount of work from our Senior Management Team, and with only two weeks to transfer staff, vehicles and premises, we went live in Hereford on the 1st March 2016. Patients and healthcare teams have already recognised our proactive approach in delivering a service.
During January and February 2016, E-zec embarked on a joint project with NSL Care Services to transfer a contract that had been held by them and Patient First. The project consists of the transfer of all staff, vehicles, premises and patient journeys assigned to the NEPTS contract in Hereford.
In conjunction with Wave 105.2, we have donated over 100 toys for underprivileged and disadvantaged boys and girls under 18. This is now the second year we have supported the wave 105.2 appeal and we feel fortunate to play our role to ensure that as far as possible, all children wake up with a gift to open on Christmas day.
This month sees Wayne Spedding join the team at E-zec. Wayne brings with him a wealth of knowledge, having owned and operated his own company, Patient First, from 1989, before selling it to a large corporate company in 2010.
Working in partnership with Cleric Computer Services and the Royal Bournemouth Hospital we have installed ‘state of the art’ touch screen devices, which link direct into the E-zec Cleric operating system.