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Excellence in Emergency Care: RCEM launches new strategic plan

19 February 2024

Delivering ‘Excellence in Emergency Care’ – that’s the aim the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) has set out in its new corporate strategy.

The Corporate Plan document, which has been published today (19 February 2024), details the strategic aims of the College for the next three years.

It states the College’s vision is “Excellence in Emergency Care” adding “Despite the challenging facing the provision of emergency care we strive for and envision a world where every patient receives the highest quality of care in their moment of need, and our members are empowered to deliver that care with unwavering dedication.”

The strategy goes on to highlight RCEM’s five key strategic aims which will support its vision. These are:

  • Supporting its membership and Emergency Medicine Clinicians to achieve sustainable and satisfying careers
  • Delivering education and professional development
  • Setting and monitoring Quality and Clinical Standards in Emergency Medicine
  • Delivering Research, Advocacy and Influence
  • Continuing to develop and transform the College

Launching the plan, RCEM CEO, Gordon Miles said: “We are proud and pleased to be able to present our new strategy.

“It sets out our clear vision of delivering ‘Excellence in Emergency Care’ which is nothing less than our members and the public deserve.

“It provides clear strategic aims by which we will be measured over the coming years and reaffirms our commitment to setting, and supporting our members to achieve, the highest standards in Emergency Medicine possible.”

‘Delivering Excellence in Emergency Care, The Royal College of Emergency Medicine’s Corporate Plan 2024-2026’ is available to read in full on the College website.

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