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NHS Midlands & Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit

NHS Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit, play a pivotal role in helping organisations achieve their objectives and deliver quality healthcare support.
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NHS Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit (MLCSU) actively enhance public health outcomes in the West Midlands. Through their engagement, they positively influence the health and well-being of both individuals and communities.

Their substantial size and extensive reach, empower them to bring forth innovations, creative ideas, effective leadership, and the confidence to tackle challenges and seize opportunities.

As a dedicated entity within the NHS and devoted to the NHS, they have evolved into a robust and resilient organization, boasting a workforce of over 1,900 highly proficient NHS professionals and subject matter experts, many of whom are recognised leaders in their respective fields.

MLCSU leverage a network of 28 well-established supply chain partners, augmenting their capacity and enhancing expertise.

The broad geographical footprint of MLCSU equips them with invaluable experience in serving diverse urban and rural populations while addressing the full spectrum of NHS challenges, encompassing planning, commissioning, and the provision of healthcare and care services.

Entrusted by nine health systems, covering a quarter of England’s population with a total healthcare spend of £14.9 billion, as well as NHS trusts and a wide array of clients across government, health, and social care. The exceptional expertise of MLCSU is reflected in their outstanding customer satisfaction scores, underscoring leading performance in this regard.

On their membership with SWM, they say:

“Involvement with Sustainability West Midlands stands to be advantageous for our organisation and the diverse array of organisations we collaborate with, fostering:

– Knowledge exchange

– Collaboration and the formation of partnerships

– Advancements in professional development

– Inspiration and motivation

– Access to valuable resources

– Enhanced engagement within our community

This offers a chance to harmonize personal and professional values with endeavours that champion ecological sustainability.”

Our primary contact is Derek Kitchen, Managing Director.