PHP is committed to supporting both the NHS and HSE in tackling the major underinvestment in primary care facilities in both the UK and Ireland.
PHP seeks to have a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of the communities where its assets are located and has set policies and targets to achieve this through a Community Impact
Program and further details are set out below.
PHP is committed to supporting both the NHS and HSE in tackling the major underinvestment in primary care facilities in both the UK and Ireland. PHP’s aim is to modernise and improve
the ability to provide efficient and effective healthcare through the provision of modern, purpose-built properties, let to the NHS, HSE, GPs and other healthcare operators. The facilities
are predominantly located within residential communities and enable the UK and Irish population to access better health services in their local area. This is central to the Group’s
strategic objectives and business planning processes.
PHP’s portfolio serves around 5.8 million patients or 8.7% of the UK population and our portfolio is their first point of contact with the NHS when they start their patient journey. Our active
management of the property portfolio seeks to maintain the centres as fit for purpose and systems have been established to ensure that PHP is properly monitoring its social impact and
identifying and managing opportunities and risks associated with the provision of its properties. We conduct an annual survey of our occupiers to review and consider awareness and overall satisfaction with our activities including social initiatives.
PHP is committed to ensuring that the properties it develops and owns continue to meet our GP, NHS and HSE occupiers’ requirements in their local community and also provide flexibility for future change, update and expansion. Our dedicated teams of asset and property managers look after our occupiers’ requirements, with a policy of regular communication and a supportive approach to property management. It is crucial that we continually update our understanding of what issues matter to our occupiers and how the NHS and HSE are changing to meet the increasing demands on the healthcare system in both countries.