Organisational Strategy 2020-2023

KMPT Organisational Strategy 2020-2023. Helping local people live their best life.

Publication date:
31 March 2020
Date range:
January 2020 - January 2023

About us and our strategy

About our strategy

Our organisational strategy sets out what we want to achieve between 2021 and 2023. It brings together our objectives, and outlines:

  • Our vision for KMPT
  • Three overarching aims and clear objectives that will help us to deliver our vision
  • What we need to put in place to help us to build capability and capacity to deliver – including the key ‘enabler’ strategies which have been co-produced with our staff and people with lived-experience and their carers. These ‘enabler’ strategies sit underneath our organisational strategy, and cover people and culture, clinical technology,
    informatics, quality and research, and estates. These will help bring our ambition to life.

About us

KMPT provides mental health, learning disability, substance misuse and specialist services.

We employ over 3,500 staff and work closely with our local NHS partners, Kent County Council and Medway Council social care services. We serve a population of more than 1.8 million people across Kent and Medway, and also provide specialist services in Kent, Surrey and Sussex.

Our vision is to deliver Brilliant care through brilliant people. This includes our service users and their loved ones and carers, our staff, and our partners.

We have 66 buildings across 33 sites.

We were rated as 'Good' by the Care Quality Commission and 'Outstanding' for caring. 

Our partners...

  • Trust us as experts in our field
  • Can see our commitment to working with others
  • Recognise out role in improving the whole system.

Our service users and their loved ones...

  • Receive the right care, int he right place
  • Trust our high-quality, evidence based care
  • Are equal partners in their care.

Our staff...

  • Are KMPTProud!
  • Aim for a perfect day, every day
  • Deliver consistently Outstanding care

We are committed to achieving financial sustainability though balancing our books and not spending more than we have; and focusing on quality and ensuring that we are as efficient as we can be.

  • Planned annual income £194.6 million (£181.3m income from activities, £13.3m from other operating income)
  • 2019/20 total surplus is £2 million to reinvest into our people and services
  • 2019/20 reduced waste ad inefficiency delivering £5.6million of cost improvement plans

Our values

We are a values-led organisation. These values underpin how we behave towards one another, our service users and their loved ones, and our partners in Kent and Medway.

  • Respect - We demonstrate respect and care to all
  • Working together - We work together to make a difference to our service users
  • Open - We work in a collaborative and transparent way
  • Innovative - We find creative ways to run efficient, high quality services
  • Accountable - We are professional and responsible for our actions
  • Excellence - We listen and learn to continually improve our quality, knowledge and ways of working