Information regarding the joined up way of working between health and social care being piloted in Sunderland on behalf of the Government will be displayed on this page.
The practice, with June Pace, Practice Manager and Hazel Taylor, Advanced Nurse Practitioner as leads are working with the Washington locality practices and the City wide Sunderland practices together with community nursing, social workers, Sunderland Carers Centre, hospitals and other care providers to ensure the most vulnerable patients have a robust care plan agreed with the patient/carer to ensure the best care is being provided to help the person to stay at home rather than being admitted to hospital.
GPs and Practice Nurses at the practice play a key role in this and all patients on this journey will have a nominated GP and Care Coordinator (your first point of contact when you need help)
A service to help those caring for patients with Dementia – click on the link above
SURVEY FROM ALL TOGETHER BETTER SUNDERLAND
Do you have a long term health problem, social care needs or look after someone who does?
We’d like to find out what you think about local health and social care services.
All Together Better is a new way of working in Sunderland that brings together health and social care staff along with a range of other organisations, including charities and carer support agencies.
All Together Better is for people in Sunderland with long-term health problems or disabilities who need a little extra care than most to prevent them going into hospital if they don’t need to be there, or to support them after they’ve been discharged from hospital.
If you use local health and social care services, or look after someone who does can you tell us about your experiences?
Please fill in our survey – online at www.atbsunderland.org.uk
If you would prefer a printed copy of the survey please call 0191 217 2670 or email firstname.lastname@example.org – you can send it back free of charge
Closing date: 19 February, 2017