The Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) is a system to remunerate general practices for providing good quality care to their patients, and to help fund work to further improve the quality of health care delivered.
The QOF measures achievement against a range of evidence-based indicators, with points and payments awarded according to the level of achievement. It is a voluntary part of the new GMS Contract; general practices can aspire to achieve all, part or none of the points available in QOF.
The practice is proud to have achieved the maximum points available since the QOF was introduced.
Read more about QOF at: dhsspsni.gov.uk/qof_context
Compare us to other practices at: qof.ic.nhs.uk
We aim to have the highest standards of clinical governance.
We run an educational programme for health care professionals at the practice, and take part in regular clinical audit. We all take part in an annual appraisal and take steps to ensure that individuals take part in regular continuing professional development.
We regularly analyse our prescribing data, complaints and feedback, patient experience, and services offered.