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Blog: Latest NHS waiting list data
Our latest instalment in our monthly blog examines recent NHS waiting list data for elective care as it reaches an all-time high.
NHS Elective Care Winter Pressures
Xyla Elective Care is a national elective care specialist with a proven track record in the delivery of flexible and scalable solutions to help NHS organisations – creating clinical capacity to reduce wait times, address workforce challenges and improve patient outcomes. We are able to deliver services within the acute setting, community or virtually.
Reducing patient waiting times
Xyla Elective Care was called upon by North Norfolk Primary Care (NNPC), to support the transformation of services.
Join our team
We are always looking for clinical staff who share our values and want to enhance their career development by providing high-quality clinical services focused on excellence.

Who we are

We are a national elective care specialist working with over 80 NHS Trusts and Integrated Care Systems nationwide. Our services support the NHS in meeting elective care targets by providing referral management and clinical capacity solutions across primary and secondary care.

We develop long-term strategic partnerships built on integrity and trust, supported by a robust clinical governance framework. Our optimised clinical pathways deliver positive patient experiences and excellent clinical outcomes.

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As a national elective care specialist, we work with over 80 NHS Trusts and Integrated Care Systems nationwide.

We have treated over 54,000 patients alone in the first half of 2022.

“As our first experience of working with Xyla after having worked with other insourcing companies, we were most impressed with their clinical governance processes which always concern hospital staff where external teams come into the hospital to see ‘their’ patients.

The clinical teams have been first class and a pleasure to work with and I expect this to be an ongoing relationship between the two organisations.”

Deputy Chief Operating Officer