Cork Kerry Community Healthcare’s strategic plan for 2019 to 2023 is available: CKCH StrategicPlanFinal
The plan helps our 8,000 staff to see their role in delivering our mission, vision, values and strategic priorities.
Working together, we can all Make Our Priorities Count.
The plan lists actions needed in the short, medium and long term to deliver on objectives related to our six Strategic Priorities.
Those six priorities are Access, People, Resources, Quality, Health and Wellbeing and Engagement.
As well as the actions listed in the plan, staff in all parts of Cork Kerry Community Healthcare are taking on their own projects and initiatives.
Documents for local meetings:
We are asking staff to hold meetings to discuss how they are Making Our Priorities Count.
A workbook is available: Workbook for Progressing Strategic Priorities at Local Level
and slides for those meetings are available here: Slide deck for staff meetings in CKCH
This poster contains the Mission, Vision and Values of Cork Kerry Community Healthcare: CKCH Mission, Vision and Values
And this poster outlines the six strategic priorities: CKCH Priorities Poster
These leaflets have more details of the Mission, Vision, Values and Priorities: CKCH leaflet 1 , CKCH leaflet 2
Share Your Stories of How you’re making Our Priorities Count:
We want staff to share their stories of how they are Making Our Priorities Count.
If you have a story about a project which is Making Our Priorities Count, email email@example.com
We will share video stories with all staff in the weeks ahead.
A new Cork Kerry Community Healthcare quarterly newsletter will also share these stories.
In December 2019, our annual staff awards will recognise staff working to Make Our Priorities Count and delivering quality services.
See hse.ie/corkkerrystaffawards for more details.
Staff Information Sessions, November 2019:
Our annual staff information sessions will take place across Cork and Kerry in November 2019.
We want staff to share their stories of how they are Making Our Priorities Count – you can make submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can see more about the Staff Information Sessions on hse.ie/corkkerrymeetings
The logos associated with the plan will soon be available for download.
In the meantime, you can contact Communications Manager Mary Smithwick on email@example.com
These logos do not replace the existing Cork Kerry Community Healthcare or HSE logos. We encourage staff working on projects which Make Our Priorities count to use the logos.