Published Information Our policies and procedures
Our policies and procedures
Wiltshire Health and Care does not routinely publish policies and procedures on this website unless regulations and national guidance requires us to.
- The Wiltshire Health and Care Complaints Policy can be viewed here.
- The Wiltshire Health and Care Access, Booking and Choice of Date Policy
- Consent for Treatment for All Patients Policy
- Health and Safety Policy
- Recruitment Policy
If you have a particular enquiry about our policies and procedures, or would like to request a policy not published here, please email firstname.lastname@example.org who will respond to you directly.
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Wiltshire Health and Care
Chippenham Community Hospital
Rowden Hill, Chippenham
Wiltshire SN15 2AJ
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Wiltshire Health and Care (WHC) uses estate predominantly owned and managed by NHS Property Services, with a small proportion of services being accommodated in other Health and Social Care partner’s buildings. Therefore WHC’s estates responsibilities are as a tenant rather than a landlord. To support these arrangements WHC purchases technical estates advice including annual audits of estates services from the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust. In addition there are regular performance meetings and water safety meetings. Any work required to the buildings are planned in partnership with the landlord and any other tenants in the building, supported by the RUH estates team. If works are significant then project management processes and procedures are used in the delivery of these works.