Reducing waiting lists

A managed services partnership helps to treat more patients.

University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Trust 

Manchester, The United Kingdom


This teaching hospital in England was dealing with growing demand, and looking for ways to do the same or more with a limited budget. Over a seven-year partnership with IHS, the hospital was able to update its cath labs, optimise its daily operations, reduce waste, and treat more patients. 




Medtronic has a more holistic view of the role they can play; not just the CathLab provision but also having a pathway look at the way patients should be efficiently managed.

- Dr. Richard Levy Medical Director - Scheduled Care, Consultant Interventional Cardiologist







Learn more about how we have helped South Manchester Hospital increase its operational efficiency and capacity so they could treat more patients. 


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