Whitecroft Lighting has been granted the ProCure22 Efficiency and Productivity Programme Award in recognition of the NHS Capital Cost Savings achieved through the Standard Component programme.
This award, which is Whitecroft’s third to date, recognises our commitment to providing consistent support and service, maintaining consistent savings whilst also reducing component costs.
As a business Whitecroft understands the importance of money savings within the NHS and continuously strives to keep costs down while making the latest lighting and controls solutions available to the market. This year alone NHS ProCure22 reports total client savings of £2.4m based on lighting and Whitecroft has contributed and continue contributing to this significant saving.
Whitecroft Lighting joined the framework in 2013 and by 2015 had become a nominated official supplier. Following regular successful assessments over the years, Whitecroft now holds the agreement until October 2020. The framework and our partnerships with NHS Trusts are a very important focus within the organisation and the business understands the benefits of working collaboratively with supply chain partners. Whitecroft has collaborated on a total of 68 healthcare lighting projects including Chase Farm Hospital Dulwich, Scottish super hospital New South Glasgow Hospitals, Great Ormond Street Hospital and the UK’s first High Energy Proton Beam facility at The Christie Hospital Manchester.
Speaking about the company’s long-standing relationships and support of the P22 Framework Karen Bramman, Healthcare Director at Whitecroft Lighting said:
Being a part of the framework allows us to build stronger relationships with the NHS and their Principle Supply Chain Partners. Consultants and architects benefit from the framework when designing as they have a recognised portfolio of products to refer to. As a supplier we are committed to delivering these products and ensuring the NHS, its patients and staff benefit from the most innovative solutions with the greatest benefits.