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Investment in Data Management

MTS has recently promoted Iurie Kimitiuk to manage the comprehensive MTS Database of Equipment, Pricing, Specifications and Lifecycles. Iurie will also manage the MTS eQuip Implementation Programme with our NHS and Private Sector clients.

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MTS attends European Healthcare Design Conference 2017

June 2017

The Directors and Senior Management of MTS attended the highly informative European Healthcare Design Conference over 2 days on the 12th and 13th June.

This was organised by Salus and Architects for Health.

There were a number of key note speakers and attendees from the international community

This conference also covered technology interfaces, efficiencies and design in it broadest sense.

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MES Seminar Dublin 2017 – Stratus Events

MES Seminar Dublin 2017 – Stratus Events


Novel and Innovative Ways to Equip our Hospitals
This seminar will take place in Trinity College, Dublin on the morning of Friday April 21st
Presented by Caroline Finlay – Managed Services – The Value Proposition

MES Seminar Dublin 2017 - Stratus Event

http://www.stratusevents.com/messeminar.html

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Equipment Management Services to Midland Met

July 2017 MTS is in its 3rd year of providing Equipment Management Services to Midland Met.

Mayor of West Midlands marks major milestone for “super hospital”

The newly elected West Midlands Mayor Andy Street led the celebrations for the Topping Out ceremony at the Midland Metropolitan Hospital today (Friday, July 14).

Andy Street marked the major milestone at a music-filled event which was held at the site in Cranford Street, Smethwick, which is currently under construction.

The Topping Out ceremony falls on Black Country Day and is exactly three years since the project was given funding approval from the Treasury.

During the celebration, the last piece of steel was placed on the 10th floor, the highest point of the hospital, which is being built by support services firm Carillion for Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust (SWBH).

The Mayor, along with SWBH’s Chief Executive Toby Lewis, Chairman Richard Samuda, Dr Sarb Clare, Clinical Lead for AMU, Dr Nuhu Usman, Clinical Director for Emergency Care and Mr Prem John, Speciality Lead for Emergency care at City Hospital, all signed a plaque and made a hand imprint into a special concrete block.

This will eventually be inserted into the building alongside the plaque.

The Mayor said: “It has been a pleasure to be at the Topping Out ceremony today and play a small part in what is a fantastic project which will help to drive up the quality of clinical services in Birmingham and Sandwell.

“However, this is also a major regeneration opportunity, using old industrial land and helping to act as a catalyst for the development of brownfield sites around it.

“The new hospital is also supporting local enterprises and the voluntary sector, as well as inspiring and engaging local schools.

“I congratulate everybody involved and look forward to seeing the finished and fully-functioning hospital.”

Chief Executive Toby Lewis added: “Today marks another definitive step towards opening our acute and emergency super centre.

“The new Midland Metropolitan Hospital will serve half a million people across Birmingham and the Black Country. Quality of care will be improved on a seven day basis. And the hospital will be a hub for community regeneration.

“We congratulate Carillion on their work with us and look forward to opening the Midland Metropolitan in Spring 2019.”

The new state-of the-art hospital, which will have around 670 beds and 15 operating theatre suites, has been designed to meet the best international and national standards to make it truly patient focused and to support the efficient delivery of high-quality clinical services.

The new hospital will also have a number of innovative design features including a fully enclosed Winter Garden, car parking within the hospital building on the ground and first floors to create a secure environment for both patients and staff and full separation of clinical activities and journeys from the public and non-clinical services. In addition, the design and construction of the hospital will meet the highest standards of sustainability.

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MTS has recently delivered or won the following projects

MTS has recently delivered or won the following projects

 

  • Papworth Hospital

  • Royal Surrey

  • West Herts

  • Velindre

  • Great Ormond Street

 

 

 

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Royal Surrey County Hospital

August 2017 – MTS has completed a comprehensive Equipment Asset Audit and now commences project work on site with the Trust.

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Pancreatic Cancer UK

Caroline Finlay Director of MTS is running a half marathon (13k) for Pancreatic Cancer UK (Research) of 8th October, we wish her luck with her training

http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/RunforRobert

Pancreatic Cancer

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MTS Celebrates 10 years of Construction at Barts Health NHS Trust

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10 years of Construction at Barts and The London

July 2016

MTS were delighted to be invited and attend the celebration of the global completion of Barts and the London.
MTS has been a Trust advisor to Barts and the London for over 15 years and the past 10 working on this prestigious project as Equipment Advisors.
Thanks to all at Capital Hospitals Ltd for a wonderful evening catching up with ex- and current colleagues.

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MTS are delighted to announce that Annette Turnpenny has joined MTS

 

A new addition to the MTS family.


MTS is delighted to welcome Annette Turnpenny into the MTS family.

She joins us from Essentia Trading Ltd, the trading arm of Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Trust.
As a senior member of the team, Annette will lead on our equipment consultancy fo the NHS and Private sector clients.

Annette has recently joined MTS as a Senior Project Manager responsible for a number of our high profile private and NHS procurement and project management roles. She will oversee the development of our NHS Framework and is a key part of the MTS Management Team.

She has over 30 years of progressive UK and international experience in Healthcare as a Senior Manager, Clinician, Programme and Project Manager. Skilled at converting Strategy to delivery by engaging staff, clinical and user stakeholders together with Commissioners, combined with proactive programme management leading to sustainable improvements in care and patient experience.
She has a proven track record overseeing the delivery of national and international healthcare projects, she leads and manages by influencing in order to meet deadlines.

Skilled in planning objectives and implementation of complex projects, she can deploy resources effectively, including leading, mentoring and training teams and is constantly striving to succeed through testing her skills and knowledge, and is always keen to develop.

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