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  • What is 100Fold?
    100Fold is a Community Interest Company based in Somerset, with the aim to support Primary Care across the county (company number 13643904)
  • What is the aim and what have 100Fold done so far?
    Our aim is to provide people and solutions to primary care and other NHS services. Initially, we made a vital contribution in supporting the Covid Vaccination Program and consequently have a bank of Vaccinators and Admin employees who have a range of clinical and non-clinical experience. The way in which the providers of Somerset have come together to deal with the pandemic and the vaccination program gives us hope for the future. We have proven that Somerset has the capacity to embrace change to improve services for the population and deliver the best level of service that we believe is possible. Please see our 'About Us' section on the homepage for more details of what we have been up to!
  • Who are the 100Fold Team?
    100Fold currently consists of two directors, Dr Steve Edgar and Georgina Ball, our Operations Manager (Millie Day) and our Finance Manager (Sandra Galpin). We also have a range of clinical and non-clinical bank and salaried staff. For more information on the Central Team, please see 'Meet the Team' page. To join our team - get in touch!
  • Why the name 100Fold?
    In south Somerset the Hundred Stone was an ancient gathering point of the community, Somerset was made up of a many hundreds. It links us with our community and the people we both serve and belong to.
  • Who funds 100Fold, and where do the profits go?
    Funding for 100Fold initially came from the Somerset CCG/ICB to support the vaccination program and the GP Flexible Pool. Further funding streams are sought as appropriate for different projects. At 100Fold, we value the relationships that we build with esteemed practices and PCNs, and recognise that they play a pivotal role in fulfilling our mission to enhance the well-being of the patients of Somerset. As a Community Interest Company, any surplus we generate through our operations is not retained as profit and instead, is reinvested back into the community to its benefit. For example, profits made at the end of 22/23 financial year were given back to practices who used our services by way of 'Profit Rebate Vouchers' - where the practice's used the voucher to book free remote GP sessions.
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