We don’t know exactly what your perfect ‘patient journey’ looks like, but you do.
You’re here because you’ve probably tried telling your team what to do and perhaps even scribbled a few inspirational words on some sticky notes, only to be left wondering what happened? The truth is that most people know what good patient service is, they just need some help occasionally in order to work out how to get it right, every time.
A Get Serving training workshop will help you and your team fix part or all of your ‘patient journey’, including before, during and after every patient visit.
All of our Get Together training workshops, including Get Serving are structured around what we know will work, but that does not mean we know best. We don’t do scripts or tell your team what to do. The Get Serving training workshop is about everybody really understanding what your patients want and then agreeing what to do about it.
Get Serving is a one day training workshop with Quality Assured CPD courtesy of Dentinal Tubules. It’s right for you if you want a team that have been trained to think, rather than a team that rely upon being told what to do…by you!
Get Serving solves the problem that sending your team on lots of generic courses can be expensive and inefficient, and that is why there are no scripts or instructions to follow.
A Get Serving training workshop with Quality Assured CPD, at your practice costs £2250 including VAT and this is the proven structure that we will work with…
“Kevin and the team at Rose & Co. have the ability to help you create an amazing patient experience. They inspire your team to work together, to achieve success and improvement, every single day.”
Yes, if healthcare is more about them than it is about you. It’s really important that;
No, if you’re used to making excuses for your team.
I’m delighted you are here because it means that you’ve recognised it’s time do something about ‘going to the dentist’ and that it’s not just about doing more things, it’s also about better things.
I set up Rose & Co in 2009 from my kitchen table when my best mate (and dentist) asked me to ‘fix’ his dental practice. With what I have learned since then and the community of dental practice owners that I am proud to work with, we are building better dental businesses, and that makes the world a better place.