72 YEARS OF PRIMARY CARE EXPERTISE

Our GP Directors each have over a decade of experience.

Quality and high standards of care are at the heart of AT Medics ethos, and it is our mission to maintain our status as an exemplar in excellent primary health care management, working with commissioners to develop solutions for Primary Care management.

AT Medics is responsible for all aspects of the contract and governance arrangements from mobilisation, transitional service provision, clinical and non-clinical service delivery as well ongoing clinical supervision, CPD and staff training at all of our practices.

Some of our work has included working in some of the most deprived areas in London and increasing access and provision successfully. We have also worked in difficult poorly performing practices and have rapidly improved performance and efficiency, providing bespoke solutions for our Clinical Commissioning Groups, meeting the demands of a constantly changing NHS landscape.

OUR SERVICES

WHAT WE OFFER

AT Medics offers Primary Care clinical expertise of the highest quality.

We develop bespoke training and education programmes for all grades of primary care staff including GPs, Nurses and Healthcare Assistants, and we have the ability to deploy UK staff to deliver programmes on the ground in several regions. With 10 postgraduate medical training sites and the largest network of GP training practices in London, our expertise also allows us to support in preparing non – UK medical graduates for the nMRCGP examinations.

Our in-depth and practical knowledge of Primary Care IT systems, Information Governance and Data Management is unmatched, and we always strive to develop innovative solutions to advance maintenance, efficiency and safety in healthcare management.

As London’s largest provider of Primary Care, we are experts in rapid mobilisation of clinical services and we are adept at troubleshooting and risk assessment with provision of workable solutions.

Our portfolio boasts eight practices achieving the RCGP Quality Practice Award – the highest award in UK General Practice, together with ISO 9001 certification and recognition by Investors in People.

CLINICAL IMPROVEMENT

Quality Improvement: LEAN and NHS Change Model for increasing efficiency and reducing risks associated with unnecessary steps
Governance Assurance Systems: expert teams and tools available for deployment, focussed on quality and safety
CULTure Programme: Clinical Unique Leadership Teaching – a development programmes for GPs
FRONTLINE GP: clinical leadership at first contact point
Patient experience: internal monitors of patient satisfaction, experience and activation

QUALITY SYSTEMS & MAINTENANCE

Healthcare Informatics: advanced bespoke analytics for evaluating whole system pathways through dashboards
Access to clinical and support staff – innovative tools including online solutions
ISO9001 systems approach
Culture of change and improvement in practice
Investors in People: use of internationally accredited framework for organisational development
MSF tools: Multi Source Feedback with expert analysis

TRAINING & EDUCATION

HANDS: Healthcare Assistant Nurse Development Support – fortnightly training via webinars
Clin-Develop: fortnightly consultant-led training for GPs via webinars
Postgraduate Education: training postgraduate doctors to become GPs – eight training practices, 12 trainers and 14 foundation year two clinical supervisors
Undergraduate Education: training over 100 students annually from various medical schools and the development of a physician associate programme
Masterclass: web based educational seminars – multiple GPs connected across London
Multi-Disciplinary Teams: experts at development and leadership of an integrated primary care team

SATIRE

University of Surrey and AT Medics Innovation and Research Enterprise.

AT Medics has recently joined the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Department of Health Care Management and Policy at University of Surrey.

The partnership is overseen by the Technology Strategy Board (TSB). The partnership holds strategic importance for AT Medics. The main aim of this partnership is to improve the quality of health care for its patients. AT Medics provides primary care services to 70, 000 patients across London. This partnership aims to leverage this enormous patient base to co-design the provision of new and innovative primary care services. Another strategic objective of this partnership is to standardise the processes across 16 practices. It is envisaged that this will derive the efficiencies in the form of better managed processes.

AIMS

  • To promote evidenced based healthcare for the benefit of our patients
  • To conduct world class research to promote innovation and recognise excellence in healthcare

In collaboration with CLININF.EU

Primary Care Informatics is the scientific study of data, information and knowledge, and how they can be modelled, processed or harnessed to promote health and develop patient-centred primary medical care.

Prof Simon de Lusignan
Prof Simon de LusignanHead of group | Professor of Primary Care & Clinical Informatics | Chair in Health Care Management
Prof Lampros Stergioulas
Prof Lampros StergioulasProfessor in Business Analytics
Prof Simon Jones
Prof Simon JonesChair in Health Care Management and Policy
Dr Filipa Ferreira
Dr Filipa FerreiraProject Manager
Dr Aumran Tahir
Dr Aumran TahirGP Founder & Director AT Medics | Co-Director NWL ICP
Dr Simon Hassan
Dr Simon HassanAssociate GP
Dr Jacques Mizan
Dr Jacques MizanGP - Queens Road Surgery
Dr Emma Potter
Dr Emma PotterGP
Dr Alireza Ettefaghian
Dr Alireza EttefaghianHead of Business Intelligence

COLLABORATIONS THROUGH SATIRE:

  1. Quality improvement in Chronic Kidney Disease (QICKD)
  2. RCGP Family History of Breast Cancer
    • Paper awaiting publication
  3. RCGP Safeguarding Audit
  4. RCGP / University of Leicester Classification of diabetes project field-testing of algorithms in diabetes.
  5. Video clinical consultation studies:
  6. Current work on NIHR SDO funded Physician Assistant project
  7. Knowledge Transfer partnership
    • AT Medics has recently embarked upon a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Department of Health Care Management and Policy at University of Surrey.
    • The partnership is overseen by the Technology Strategy Board (TSB). The partnership holds strategic importance for AT Medics. The main aim of this partnership is to improve the quality of health care for its patients.
    • This partnership aims to leverage this enormous patient base to co-design the provision of new and innovative primary care services. Another strategic objective of this partnership is to standardise the processes across 16 practices and map AT Medics’ Quality Improvement Processes.