Acute Hospitals Services Project
Project supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.
This project will increase acute episodes of care to patients, through improved / reformed service delivery on a cross-border basis. Initially the focus will be on the enhancement of cross border services for dermatology and then rolling out to other specialties such as urology, vascular etc. The project will involve the development of more efficient patient pathways during the pre-hospital phase such as the creation of community paramedic hubs to see, treat and transport patients to appropriate medical facilities.
This INTERREG VA funded project is managed by a Project Board which is responsible for ensuring that their project delivers on its objectives and targets within the agreed timeframe, budget and to a predefined quality standard.
The Project Board is comprised of nominated representatives from the CAWT partner organisations and other appropriate partners and is chaired by a representative from the Project Board.
The Project Board directs the work of the Project Manager who reports directly to the CAWT Development Centre. The Project Board is ultimately accountable to the CAWT Management Board through the CAWT Development Centre and CAWT Secretariat.