Spire Cardiff Hospital awarded for commitment to patient safety by the National Joint Registry
11 February 2022
Spire Cardiff Hospital is delighted to announce that they have been named as a National Joint Registry (NJR) provider for 2020/21.
Following a national programme of local data audits and hitting a number of patient safety targets, the team have worked hard and are thrilled to have been awarded the accreditation.
The ‘NJR Quality Data Provider’ award scheme provides hospitals with the knowledge to achieve the highest standards of patient safety through the NJR compliance and rewards those who meet targets in this area.
Spire Cardiff Hospital Theatre team with Fiona Conway
Fiona Conway, Hospital Director at Spire Cardiff Hospital, said: “Improving our levels of service and most importantly patient safety is of the utmost importance to us. I would like to congratulate the team involved in achieving the award, with a special thanks to Emily Barnes, Theatre Clerical Administrator, for leading this project and her hard work. We are thrilled to be awarded as an ‘NJR Quality Data Provider’.”
Full details about the NJR’s Quality Data Provider certificate scheme can be found at www.njrcentre.org.uk.