Full Support Partnership Brochure
At Full Support Healthcare we understand the value of Strategic Partnership. By forming long-term relationships, designed to leverage strategic and operational capabilities, we can achieve significant ongoing benefits for our customers. As a British SME supplying the NHS, we are competing with large multinationals to offer a truly valuable proposition, including high quality products at competitive prices. Successful alliances require the very highest levels of coordination, trust, information sharing, creativity and support to fully exploit joint opportunities and at Full Support Healthcare we always aim to deliver.
Strategic Partnership with a British SME
The South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre (SWLEOC) is the largest hip and knee arthroplasty centre in the UK. The South West London Elective Orthopedic Centre (SWLEOC) is the largest hip and knee arthroplasty centre in the UK. With its recognised status as a centre of excellence and a philosophy that is quality driven, SWLEOC wanted to ensure they partnered with a supplier that fully understood their aims and objectives. Full Support Healthcare (FSH) became their trusted partner of choice in 2004 with the introduction of easigown® and easidrape®, theatre gowns and drapes. Read more
Standardisation with Easimask®
Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust recently standardised to the Easimask® FFP3 Respirator, manufactured and supplied by Full Support Healthcare Ltd (FSH). This has proven to be a highly successful project for our Trust. Our aim was to ensure we had a robust system in place, and that staff understood how to properly fit and safely remove their masks and have a good understanding of the HSE guidelines, giving us total reassurance that all front-line clinical staff were adequately protected. It was
important to the Trust to work with a provider that could offer a high performance product that was effective in protecting staff, was comfortable to wear and that any educational requirements were fully supported. Read more