Partners and Sponsors 


Q Community 

"A connected community working together to improve health and care quality across the UK and Ireland"  We are pleased to be working within the Q Community, and many of us on our committee are now members of the Q Community.   The CHA has  carried out a study on the community hospitals and their role in COVID-19, with a focus on embedding positive impact changes.  Do please read our Q Reports here   We thank Q for funding the CHA to carry out this study, and also for funding us to grow our Q Community Hospital Special Interest Group.  If you are not already a member of our SIG, and you are interested in quality improvements in community hospitals please do join us here

 Academy of NHS Fabstuff

"The NHS is so much stronger and so much better when it works together, walks in step and shares the best stuff.  The Academy of Fabulous NHS Stuff is an opportunity to turn dreams into action."  Roy Lilley  We are pleased to be working with the Academy of NHS Fabstuff, and sharing good practice.  We are delighted that Roy Lilley, who leads NHS Fabstuff is the Patron for the CHA. NHS Fabstuff has devoted a page to the CHA and community hospitals on good practice and case studies.  Read more here    

NHS Benchmarking Network

"Raising standards through sharing excellence."  "The NHS Benchmarking Network (NHSBN) is the in-house benchmarking service of the NHS. The Network exists to identify and share good practice across the Health and Social Care sector.  NHSBN is a vibrant member community involving over 340 health and social care organisations throughout the UK.  The Network supports a wide range of benchmarking projects in the commissioning, acute, community and mental health sectors."    We are pleased to work with NHS Benchmarking, and value their outputs that contribute to our understanding of  community hospitals and intermediate care.   David Seamark is a project member of NACEL - National Audit of End of Life Care here