Escalla Helping to Integrate Leading UK Healthcare Models in Egypt
First 100 Egyptian doctors signed onto UK NHS training pathways
Today, Escalla, a training and digital skills provider, announced an exciting new learning partnership between the UK and Egyptian health services. It forms the latest element of Escalla’s work with international partners, to help integrate leading UK healthcare models with foreign healthcare systems.
This multi-stage training programme is designed to pass-on knowledge to doctors across Egypt, by sharing best practice and lessons learnt by UK healthcare professionals. This will allow for accelerated and successful adoption of new care pathways within Egypt, with the associated benefits in patient experience.
David Field, Managing Director of Escalla, said, “This investment in the future health and welfare of the Egyptian people is something Escalla is proud to be part of. We are committed to bringing our wealth of knowledge and experience to the Egyptian people during this exciting phase in their country’s history. I would like to thank Egyptian Minister of Health and Population, Hala Zayed, and the Egyptian government for this opportunity to play a key part in this visionary and ground-breaking programme.”
In signing this contract and Memorandum of Understanding today, Escalla has committed to the successful delivery of the first cohort of 100 GP delegates, starting in April 2019.
The contract was awarded as a result of Escalla’s 20 years’ experience working alongside key partners, including the NHS, Royal Free Hospital, Department for International Trade, Foreign and Commonwealth Office and HealthcareUK.
About Escalla: Based in London, Escalla has 25 years’ experience delivering digital and healthcare training solutions. They bring together effective subject matter expertise, skills analysis, delivery platforms and technology, to transform healthcare in the UK and around the world. Work includes major healthcare system rollouts; world-class international learning academies; early warning and treatment of sepsis in KSA; digital transformation projects; and ongoing statutory NHS training.