Crowe’s consulting team was commissioned by the Irish College of General Practitioners (ICGP) to work on developing their new strategic plan 2023 – 2026.
The Irish College of General Practitioners (ICGP) is the professional body for general practice in Ireland. With a membership of over 5,100 GPs, the college is dedicated to general practice education, training, research and advocacy on behalf of the profession and patients.
Navigating the Future of General Practice – Statement of Strategy 2023 – 2026 represents an integrated three-year programme built around six key strategic initiatives: Education, Training, Advocacy, Support, International and Organisation.
Introducing the strategy, Dr Paul Armstrong, President of ICGP said, “This [strategy] is the culmination of a lot of hard work by many individuals and as a strategy sets a clear direction for the College for the next three years with its focus on the members. It builds on previous strategic plans, retaining the best elements, while reflecting the current priorities for the College which must remain dynamic and always relevant to our members.”
Fintan Foy, CEO of ICGP, acknowledged Crowe’s support in developing the strategy. “I wish to acknowledge the support and guidance of Ms Vanya Sargent and Mr Aengus O’Maolain in Crowe Ireland who provided their expertise and guidance at each stage of the process.
“We look forward to the continuous development of the ICGP, support our members and I personally look forward to working with members, the Board, the ICGP team and key stakeholders to fully animate our new strategy.”
Crowe’s consulting department has extensive experience helping and advising clients in Ireland across diverse sectors, from multinational organisations and major public bodies to local businesses and not-for-profit entities.