Our Strategic Plan

Providing specialist palliative and bereavement support

Caring for and supporting people living with life limiting conditions

This strategy sets the direction of travel for Compton’s clinical services for the next three years.  It covers the broad strategic aims for each of our existing services, any gaps in provision and plans to establish new services, clinical governance arrangements, clinical estate and clinical workforce plans.

The underpinning values of this strategy are those that are set out by Compton’s Organisational-Strategy 2023-25 and values:

  • Collaboration – We work with patients, families and wider healthcare communities to deliver personalised care.
  • Accountability – We demonstrate individual accountability for behaviour, performance.
  • Respect – We are inclusive, we value difference, and we work together responsibly.
  • Empathy – We listen, engage and act with warmth, kindness and understanding.

Our services will continue to grow and develop with the input of service users and stakeholders and will be:

  • Highly personalised; free of charge and unique.
  • Sustainable, flexible and relevant to our population’s needs
  • Accessible and equitable to all communities that we serve.
  • Of high quality that can be measured and evidenced.
  • Delivered by well-trained, supported happy staff.
  • Meeting enhanced, as well as essential needs.
  • Delivered in modern, therapeutic environments.

There will be a particular focus on:

  • Reducing inequalities in access to palliative and end of life care.
  • Living Well, bereavement and supportive care services.
  • An approach to accessing communities and supporting communities to help each other.
  • Marketing and public engagement approaches.
  • Investing in technical and innovative approaches.
https://www.comptoncare.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/Clinical-Strategy-2023-26.pdf
2023 - 2026 Clinical Strategy

Ensuring we're always here for those who need us most