Organisational Improvement and Operational Management

Nampart and its team members have an established track-record of working with hospitals that are performing poorly. We do this by creating a comprehensive and detailed gap analysis, underpinned by relevant accreditation standards, and a collaborative strategy to support the hospital team address existing and emergent issues .
Hospital Turnaround Strategy

Hospital beds are at a premium and more and more are needed but what if the ones on offer are not up to muster? Nampart has an established history of working with hospitals that are performing poorly. We do this by creating a comprehensive and detailed business turnaround strategy and then supporting the hospital team to convert these ideas into reality.

The actual building may be old and run down or they may lack up-to-date or well-maintained medical equipment.

There are staffing issues and the current doctors are not qualified enough to achieve hospital certification.


The hospital certification is incomplete.

The hospital administration lacks a growth strategy and has no clear idea how to attract new patients or who to target.

Having no strategic direction is often just as detrimental as antiquated equipment or unskilled staff. More often than not, hospital’s requiring our help are being pulled down by a combination of all of the above. Frequently, the management of these hospitals cannot see a way out because they do not have the revenue to be able to develop the areas that need attention. We make an achievable plan and show the administration how to implement it.

Research, collaboration and change management

Nampart conducts independent research into how your organisation is operating and compile this into an easy-to-read report. We do this as quickly and effectively as possible and then follow up by identifying all the practical solutions we can employ to make vital changes. Nampart’s experience includes
– Assisting achieving accreditation standards of a major Australian hospital, including redesign of mandatory reporting processes.
– Transparent analysis and reporting of departmental performance against KPIs for the CEO of a major Australian organisation,
– Re-structure of a Malaysian healthcare provider