What we do
The service focuses on delivering care through Communities of Practice – these look at how GP practices, community health service teams, adult social care, mental health and 3rd sector organisations can work together.
Why we do it
To ensure personalised care is delivered to people where people only have to tell their story once.
Who we do it for
We support SCFT on work including: Primary Care engagement, supporting the development of communities of practice and the design and redesign of clinical and referral pathways that support personalised care for people.
We support our partner Sussex Community Foundation Trust (SCFT) to provide Community Health Services in High Weald Lewes and Havens.
The services have been designed together with local people who have used service and members of the public. They services bring together GP practices, community health service teams, adult social care, mental health and third sector organisations to work together to provide integrated care.
Community health services cover:
- District/community nursing.
- Minor injuries units – Crowborough, Lewes and Uckfield.
- End of life care.
- Intermediate care beds – Crowborough, Lewes and Uckfield.
- Specialist nursing.
- Community diagnostics.
- Community dietetic.
- Community heart failure.
- Community neurological rehabilitation.
- Community occupational therapy.
- Community respiratory service.
- Speech and language therapy.
- Tissue viability service.
Who is in our team?
The team consists of Omar Daniel (Analytics and Insights Manager), Kerry Few (Primary Care Development Manager), Katie Merrien (Lead Primary Care Development Manager) and Sangeetha Sornalingam (Clinical Lead).
Get in touch
You can contact us with your questions, feedback or complaints via
5th Floor, 177 Preston Road, BN1 6AG
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