Funding boost to help improve West Sussex NHS services

More than £57,000 is being put into three NHS projects including one in Sussex to help increase staff involvement in decision-making.

The NHS Partnership Fund was set up last November and has awarded 500,000 to 18 projects around the country.

The idea is that more staff involvement will improve services and result in a more positive experience for patients.

Sign up to our daily SussexWorld Today newsletter

Chief executive of NHS South East Coast Candy Morris said: "Partnership working is a fantastic, innovative way for NHS employers and staff to work constructively together to achieve common goals and make changes to improve the delivery of high-quality services."

What do you think? Send a letter to [email protected] or leave a comment below.

Click here to go back to Chichester news

Click here to go back to Bognor Regis news

Click here to go back to Midhurst and Petworth news

To tell us where in the world you are reading this story click here to add yourself to our readers' map.