News Archive 2014

Building resilience in employees with The Birmingham Growth Alliance Partnership

Last week marked the start of a unique health and wellbeing program that saw Health Exchange working in partnership with The Birmingham Growth Alliance Partnership. The program was established to capitalise on job opportunities created through Grand Central Birmingham and working as part of a John Lewis led consortium, Health Exchange are delighted to be able

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Customer Satisfaction Highlights

Jan – Mar 2014 Introduction Customer satisfaction is an important step in making sure professional and informative health services are provided to all clients. Between January and March 2014, we received 421 surveys returned by clients accessing Health Exchange services. During this period we’ve been able to achieve a Net

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Jennifer attends House of Commons meeting

Interventions Services Manager, Jennifer Jones-Rigby, was excited to the Industry and Parliament Trusts policy breakfast last meet, and got to meet Diane Abbot MP. The meet, discussing the relationship between public health and the built environment, was an excellent opportunity for Health Exchange to learn more about key decision makers

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Health Exchange wins Open College Network West Midlands Region Accreditation

Health Exchange have become accredited by Open College Network West Midlands Region (OCNWMR) , allowing us to develop recognised training courses that can provide credits in line with NVQ. OCNWMR is a national qualification awarding organisation regulated by Ofqual and the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA). We have

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Introducing…. the better life consortium

Health exchange has worked in partnership with community and voluntary organizations since its launch. We believe that the partnership working both strengthens and enriches what we are able to our clients and significantly enhances the level of trust that individuals and communities feel towards health exchange. Since 2012 health exchange

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