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  • Grafton Centre large-scale Covid vaccination centre closed on Tuesday 4th October between 08:50 and 10:10 am

    by Sarah Turner | Sep 29, 2022
    Please note that due to planned operational reasons, our large-scale Covid vaccination centre at the Grafton Centre in Cambridge will be closed between 08:50 and 10:10 am on Tuesday 4th October. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
  • Trust board meeting and AGM are being held virtually on 28th September

    by Sarah Turner | Sep 23, 2022

    Our next board meeting in public will be taking place virtually via Microsoft Teams on Wednesday 28th September, commencing at 11.30 am through to approximately 3 pm.  This will be followed by our Annual General Meeting from 3.30 pm to 4.00 pm.

    A set of papers for the board meeting has been published on our website here.  If you would like to join this virtual meeting, please email ccs.trustsecretary@nhs.net who can provide you with the link to the meeting. Whilst this is a meeting held in public, rather than a public meeting, there is usually an opportunity for members of the public to ask questions at the end of each meeting.

    In addition, members of the public can submit any questions to the board for consideration by emailing ccs.trustsecretary@nhs.net - please keep questions brief and to the point, and use ‘Trust Board Meeting Question’ in the subject heading of your email. Responses will either be posted on the Trust’s board meeting webpage following the meeting or can be found in the minutes published in due course.

     

  • Autumn boosters are via booked appointments only except for those people who are immunosuppressed

    by Sarah Turner | Sep 14, 2022

    Please note that autumn boosters are via booked appointments only at our large-scale Covid vaccination sites across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and Norfolk.

    People aged 65+, carers and pregnant women can book an appointment to have their autumn booster at http://nhs.uk/covidvaccine or call 119 (as long as it’s been three months since their last dose).

    The only exception is for people who are immunosuppressed who can also choose to walk-in for their autumn booster, bringing with them a GP or consultant letter, or prescription that identifies their immunosuppressed status.

    Around 26 million people across England will be eligible for an autumn booster in line with guidance set out by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI).

    This includes:

    • residents in a care home for older adults and staff working in care homes for older adults
    • frontline health and social care workers
    • all adults aged 50 years and over
    • persons aged 5 to 49 years in a clinical risk group, as set out in the Green Book – this includes pregnant women
    • persons aged 5 to 49 years who are household contacts of people with immunosuppression
    • persons aged 16 to 49 years who are carers, as set out in the Green Book

    The programme will extend to other eligible groups through to December 2022. The NHS will contact people from eligible cohorts when it is their turn to book in for the vaccine – people do not need to contact the NHS.

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    Editors’ notes:

    Those who have recently recovered from Covid should still come forward for their vaccination as having had the virus does not give the same levels of protection.

    Anyone over 18 and those aged 5-17 who are in a clinical risk group (or live with someone who is immunosuppressed) who have had Covid will need to wait four weeks before being vaccinated, or 12 weeks for those aged 5 to 17.

    Cambridgeshire and Peterborough large-scale vaccination centres:

    From Monday 12th September, our large-scale vaccination centres will be open seven days a week from 8.30 am to 4.00 pm and late evenings at some of the following locations:

    • Horsefair Shopping Centre, Wisbech, Cambs PE13 1AR 
    • The Grafton Centre, Cambridge CB1 1PS
    • The Eatons Community Centre, Eaton Socon, St Neots PE19 8ES
    • The Oaktree Centre, 1 Oak Drive, Huntingdon PE29 7HN
    • Queensgate Shopping Centre, Peterborough PE1 1NT
    • Chesterton Indoor Bowls Centre, Logan’s Way, Chesterton, Cambridge CB4 1BL

    Further information including later evening openings is available at www.thevaccinators.co.uk

    Norfolk large-scale vaccination centres

    From Monday 12th September, our large-scale vaccination centres will be open seven days a week from 8.30 am to 4.00 pm and late evenings at some of the following locations:

    • Paddock Road Surgery, Paddock Road, Harleston IP20 9AT
    • Connaught Hall, Station Rd, Attleborough NR17 2AS
    • Norwich City Council HQ, St Peters Street, Norwich NR2 1NH
    • Shakespeare Barn, King's Lynn Arts Centre, King Street, Kings Lynn PE30 1HA (only open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8.30am to 4.00 pm and on Tuesdays from 8.30am to 7.30pm)

    Information on evening openings is available here: https://apps.norfolk.gov.uk/WalkIn/Form/AllAvailableClinics

    Contact:

    Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust’s Communications Team via ccs.communications@nhs.net      

     

  • Large-scale Covid vaccination centres prepare to kickstart autumn Covid-19 booster rollout

    by Sarah Turner | Aug 26, 2022

    Updated 5th September 2022

    Preparations are underway at our large-scale Covid vaccination sites across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Norfolk and Waveney to start delivering the autumn Covid-19 booster campaign from 12th September 2022.

    The National Booking Service (NBS) will open on 7th September with those most susceptible to serious illness from Covid-19 and those aged 75 and over invited by the NHS to book an appointment online or by ringing 119 free of charge (as long as it has been three months since their last dose).

    The programme will then extend to other eligible groups through to December 2022. The NHS will contact people from eligible cohorts when it is their turn to book in for the vaccine – people do not need to contact the NHS.

    Those eligible for an autumn booster will be able to book an appointment at one of the 10 large-scale Covid vaccination sites across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Norfolk and Waveney which, from Monday 12th September, will be open seven days a week from 8.30 am to 4.00 pm and some evenings until 7.30 pm. Please note that there is no change to our current advertised opening hours prior to 12th September, please see our social media channels for more details.

    People who are immunosuppressed can also choose to walk-in for their autumn booster, bringing with them a GP or consultant letter, or prescription that identifies their immunosuppressed status.

    Some patients may be invited to have their vaccination at a local GP-led site. A number of pharmacies in the area will also offer the autumn booster to eligible patients.

    Around 26 million people across England will be eligible for an autumn booster in line with guidance set out by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI). This includes:

    • residents in a care home for older adults and staff working in care homes for older adults
    • frontline health and social care workers
    • all adults aged 50 years and over
    • persons aged 5 to 49 years in a clinical risk group, as set out in the Green Book – this includes pregnant women
    • persons aged 5 to 49 years who are household contacts of people with immunosuppression
    • persons aged 16 to 49 years who are carers, as set out in the Green Book

    NHS staff will begin vaccinating care home residents and people who are housebound from early September 2022.

    Dr David Vickers, Medical Director, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, explained:

    “Our fantastic staff and volunteers have worked incredibly hard to administer more than 1.4 million doses of the vaccine to date and a great deal of work has been going on behind the scenes as we’ve once again been preparing to deliver the latest phase of the Covid-19 vaccination programme.

    “When the time comes, I’d strongly encourage anyone who’s invited to take up the autumn booster to do so as quickly as possible as this will help to maximise your protection this winter.

    Dr Fiona Head, Medical Director of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Integrated Care System, added:

    “I want to thank health and care colleagues who have done a fantastic job delivering well over 2 million Covid vaccinations in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. These vaccinations protect people and our local communities from severe Covid disease.

    “If you are eligible for an autumn Covid-19 booster, please come forward when you are invited to do so by the NHS. It is really important you get the autumn Covid booster as this will help reduce your risks from Covid-19 as we head into the colder months.

    “At the same time, I want to remind everyone who is yet to have their first or second dose that it is not too late. You can still book your first or second vaccination online or by calling 119. If you’d rather walk in to get your jab, you can find the latest walk-in clinics near you via www.thevaccinators.co.uk.

    “Getting a flu jab is also important this autumn, so if you are asked for a flu vaccination, please take up the offer.”

    Kate Keeling, Head of Immunisation Norfolk and Waveney Integrated Care Board, said:

    “NHS staff are working hard to prepare for the rollout of the Covid-19 autumn booster programme and the annual flu vaccine.

    “Just as with previous rounds of the Covid vaccination programme, the autumn booster will be offered first to the most vulnerable and/or the oldest members of our population and will then be rolled out to the rest of the eligible population between mid-September and December.

    “Vaccinations for flu and Covid-19 booster will be offered at a range of sites, including GP practices, local pharmacies, hospital hubs, and large vaccination centres.

    “It is important that you wait for the NHS to contact you before you book in for either of your vaccinations.”

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    Editors’ notes:

    Those who have recently recovered from Covid should still come forward for their vaccination as having had the virus does not give the same levels of protection.

    Anyone over 18 and those aged 5-17 who are in a clinical risk group (or live with someone who is immunosuppressed) who have had Covid will need to wait four weeks before being vaccinated, or 12 weeks for those aged 5 to 17.

    Cambridgeshire and Peterborough large-scale vaccination centres:

    From Monday 12th September, our large-scale vaccination centres will be open seven days a week from 8.30 am to 4.00 pm and late evenings at some of the following locations:

    • Horsefair Shopping Centre, Wisbech, Cambs PE13 1AR 
    • The Grafton Centre, Cambridge CB1 1PS
    • The Eatons Community Centre, Eaton Socon, St Neots PE19 8ES
    • The Oaktree Centre, 1 Oak Drive, Huntingdon PE29 7HN
    • Queensgate Shopping Centre, Peterborough PE1 1NT
    • Chesterton Indoor Bowls Centre, Logan’s Way, Chesterton, Cambridge CB4 1BL

    Further information including later evening openings is available at www.thevaccinators.co.uk

    Norfolk large-scale vaccination centres

    From Monday 12th September, our large-scale vaccination centres will be open seven days a week from 8.30 am to 4.00 pm and late evenings at some of the following locations:

    • Paddock Road Surgery, Paddock Road, Harleston IP20 9AT
    • Connaught Hall, Station Rd, Attleborough NR17 2AS
    • Norwich City Council HQ, St Peters Street, Norwich NR2 1NH
    • Shakespeare Barn, King's Lynn Arts Centre, King Street, Kings Lynn PE30 1HA (only open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8.30am to 4.00 pm and on Tuesdays from 8.30am to 7.30pm)

    Information on evening openings is available here: https://apps.norfolk.gov.uk/WalkIn/Form/AllAvailableClinics

    Contact:

    Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust’s Communications Team via ccs.communications@nhs.net      

     

  • Large-scale Covid vaccination centres closed on August bank holiday Monday

    by Sarah Turner | Aug 22, 2022

    The following 11 large-scale Covid vaccination sites across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Norfolk and Waveney will be closed on Monday 29th August:

    • Chesterton Indoor Bowls Centre, Cambridge
    • The Grafton Centre, Cambridge
    • The Eatons Community Centre, Eaton Socon
    • Horsefair Shopping Centre, Wisbech
    • The Oaktree Centre, Huntingdon
    • Queensgate Shopping Centre, Peterborough
    • City Hall, Norwich
    • Connaught Hall, Attleborough
    • Shakespeare Barn, King’s Lynn
    • Paddock Road Surgery, Harleston
    • Kelling Hospital, Holt

    All centres will be open as usual during the rest of the week for both walk-ins and booked appointments to enable all those eligible to access their vital vaccination or booster jabs.

    Dr David Vickers, Medical Director, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, explained:

    “Vaccines remain our best line of defence against coronavirus, and we thank those who have already had their Covid-19 vaccination.

    “I’d also like to thank our vaccination teams who continue to do an amazing job delivering the largest vaccination programme in NHS history and are busy making preparations for the launch of the autumn Covid-19 booster programme next month.

    “We’ve currently administered more than 1.4 million doses of the vaccine as part of the largest and most successful vaccination programme in NHS history, however it’s not too late for anyone who’s eligible to be vaccinated - you can simply walk-in or book an appointment online via the National Booking Service or by ringing 119 free of charge.”

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    Editors’ notes:

    Those who have recently recovered from Covid should still come forward for their vaccination as having had the virus does not give the same levels of protection. Anyone over 18 and those aged 5-17 who are in a clinical risk group (or live with someone who is immunosuppressed) who have had Covid will need to wait four weeks before having any dose of the vaccine, or 12 weeks for those aged 5 to 17.

    Notes on vaccinations for 5-11-year-olds

    All 5-11-year-olds will be offered two 10 microgram doses of the Pfizer vaccine; a third of the amount used for adult vaccinations.

    Parents and guardians are asked to attend the vaccination centre with their children and are asked to read the patient information available.

    An animation is also available to help children know what to expect when they visit our vaccination centres.

    Cambridgeshire and Peterborough large-scale vaccination centres:

    Large-scale vaccination centres are open seven days a week 8.30 am to 4.00 pm and some late evenings at the following locations:

    • Horsefair Shopping Centre, Wisbech, Cambs PE13 1AR (closed Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays until 12th September)
    • The Grafton Centre, Cambridge CB1 1PS
    • The Eatons Community Centre, Eaton Socon, St Neots PE19 8ES (closed Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays until 12th September)
    • The Oaktree Centre, 1 Oak Drive, Huntingdon PE29 7HN
    • Queensgate Shopping Centre, Peterborough PE1 1NT
    • Chesterton Indoor Bowls Centre, Logan’s Way, Chesterton, Cambridge CB4 1BL

    Further information including later evening openings is available at www.thevaccinators.co.uk

    Norfolk large-scale vaccination centres

    Large-scale vaccination centres are open seven days a week 8.30 am to 4.00 pm and some late evenings at the following locations:

    • Paddock Road Surgery, Paddock Road, Harleston IP20 9AT (closed on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays until 12th September)
    • Connaught Hall, Station Rd, Attleborough NR17 2AS
    • Shakespeare Barn, King's Lynn Arts Centre, King Street, Kings Lynn PE30 1HA
    • Norwich City Council HQ, St Peters Street, Norwich NR2 1NH
    • Lascelles Ward, Kelling Hospital, High Kelling, Holt, Norfolk NR25 6QA (closed on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays and will be closing permanently on 31st August)

    Information on evening openings is available here: https://apps.norfolk.gov.uk/WalkIn/Form/AllAvailableClinics

    Contact:

    Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust’s Communications Team via ccs.communications@nhs.net      

     

  • City Hall Covid-19 vaccination centre closed on Saturday 30th July due to Norwich Pride

    by Sarah Turner | Jul 25, 2022

    Our large-scale Covid vaccination centre at City Hall, St Peters Street, Norwich NR2 1NH will be closed on Saturday 30th July as the city gears up for the 14th Norwich Pride

    The centre will be open as normal during the rest of the week for both walk-ins and booked appointments to enable all those eligible to access their vital vaccination or booster jabs.

    Dr David Vickers, Medical Director, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, explained:

    “Vaccines remain our best line of defence against coronavirus, and we thank those who have already had their Covid-19 vaccination.

    “We’ve currently administered more than 1.4 million doses of the vaccine as part of the largest and most successful vaccination programme in NHS history, however it’s not too late for anyone who’s eligible to be vaccinated - you can simply walk-in or book an appointment online via the National Booking Service or by ringing 119 free of charge.”

    End

    Editors’ notes:

    Those who have recently recovered from Covid should still come forward for their vaccination as having had the virus does not give the same levels of protection. Anyone over 18 who has had Covid will need to wait four weeks before having any dose of the vaccine, or 12 weeks for those aged 5 to 17.

    Which people aged 12 and over are in the immunosuppressed category?

    People aged 12 and over who are immunosuppressed include those who have had or have:

    • A blood cancer (such as leukaemia or lymphoma)
    • A weakened immune system due to a treatment (such as steroid medicine, biological therapy, chemotherapy or radiotherapy)
    • An organ or bone marrow transplant
    • A condition that means you have a very high risk of getting infections
    • A condition or treatment your specialist advises makes you eligible for an additional dose

    Notes on vaccinations for 5-11-year-olds

    All 5-11-year-olds will be offered two 10 microgram doses of the Pfizer vaccine; a third of the amount used for adult vaccinations.

    Parents and guardians are asked to attend the vaccination centre with their children and are asked to read the patient information available.

    An animation is also available to help children know what to expect when they visit our vaccination centres.

    Norfolk large-scale vaccination centres

    Large-scale vaccination centres are open seven days a week 8.30 am to 4.00 pm and some late evenings at the following locations:

    • Paddock Road Surgery, Paddock Road, Harleston IP20 9AT (closed on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays from 4th July-5th September)
    • Connaught Hall, Station Rd, Attleborough NR17 2AS
    • Shakespeare Barn, King's Lynn Arts Centre, King Street, Kings Lynn PE30 1HA
    • Norwich City Council HQ, St Peters Street, Norwich NR2 1NH (closed on Saturday 30th July)
    • Lascelles Ward, Kelling Hospital, High Kelling, Holt, Norfolk NR25 6QA (opening on Friday 5th August and closed on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays)

    Information on evening openings is available here: https://apps.norfolk.gov.uk/WalkIn/Form/AllAvailableClinics or by calling 119.

    Contact: Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust’s Communications Team via ccs.communications@nhs.net      

     

  • Covid-19 vaccination centre is on the move

    by Sarah Turner | Jul 18, 2022

    The COVID-19 vaccination centre at Beetley Ward, Dereham Hospital is closing on Sunday 31st July and moving to Kelling Hospital in Holt.

    Dr David Vickers, Medical Director, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, explained:

    “So as not to duplicate provision, our Beetley Ward vaccination site will be closing permanently on Sunday 31st July and our fantastic vaccination team will continue to deliver jabs to everyone eligible from the Lascelles Ward at Kelling Hospital in Holt from Friday 5th August.

    “Vaccines remain our best line of defence against coronavirus, and we thank those who have already had their COVID-19 vaccination.

    “We’ve currently administered more than 1.4 million doses of the vaccine as part of the largest and most successful vaccination programme in NHS history, however it’s not too late for anyone who’s eligible to be vaccinated - you can simply walk-in or book an appointment online via the National Booking Service or by ringing 119 free of charge.”

    There is still plenty of opportunity for Norfolk and Waveney residents, including children from the age of five, to get their first, second or third primary dose (if they were immunosuppressed at the time they had these).

    In addition, people 75 and older, and those aged 12 years and older who are severely immunosuppressed, are encouraged to come forward for their Spring booster as soon as possible if they haven’t already done so.

    The vaccination centre at Kelling Hospital will be open on Tuesdays from 8:30am until 8pm and on Fridays and Saturdays from 8:30am until 4pm, and will offer booked appointments, as well as operate as a walk-in venue with no appointment needed.

    Dereham residents will be able to continue to access their COVID vaccine at Swanton Morley Surgery in Dereham Road, Dereham NR20 4LT and bookings can be made via the National Booking Service.

    Howard Martin, Director of Population Health Management NHS Norfolk and Waveney Integrated Care Board said:

    “We are really pleased that so many people in Norfolk and Waveney have had their COVID-19 vaccination.

    “For those who have yet to have their COVID-19 vaccination, we have made it even easier for you to attend one of our sites. Our pop-up clinics mean that you don’t need to book, you just turn up.

    “We cannot recommend enough the importance of everyone, regardless of your age, having their vaccination to protect themselves, their family, and the local community.”

    End

    Editors’ notes:

    Those who have recently recovered from Covid should still come forward for their vaccination as having had the virus does not give the same levels of protection. Anyone over 18 who has had Covid will need to wait four weeks before having any dose of the vaccine, or 12 weeks for those aged 5 to 17.

    Which people aged 12 and over are in the immunosuppressed category?

    People aged 12 and over who are immunosuppressed include those who have had or have:

    • A blood cancer (such as leukaemia or lymphoma)
    • A weakened immune system due to a treatment (such as steroid medicine, biological therapy, chemotherapy or radiotherapy)
    • An organ or bone marrow transplant
    • A condition that means you have a very high risk of getting infections
    • A condition or treatment your specialist advises makes you eligible for an additional dose

    Notes on vaccinations for 5-11-year-olds

    All 5-11-year-olds will be offered two 10 microgram doses of the Pfizer vaccine; a third of the amount used for adult vaccinations.

    Parents and guardians are asked to attend the vaccination centre with their children and are asked to read the patient information available.

    An animation is also available to help children know what to expect when they visit our vaccination centres.

    Norfolk large-scale vaccination centres

    Large-scale vaccination centres are open seven days a week 8.30 am to 4.00 pm and some late evenings at the following locations:

    • Paddock Road Surgery, Paddock Road, Harleston IP20 9AT (closed on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays from 4th July-5th September)
    • Connaught Hall, Station Rd, Attleborough NR17 2AS
    • Shakespeare Barn, King's Lynn Arts Centre, King Street, Kings Lynn PE30 1HA
    • Norwich City Council HQ, St Peters Street, Norwich NR2 1NH
    • Lascelles Ward, Kelling Hospital, High Kelling, Holt, Norfolk NR25 6QA (closed on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays)

    Information on evening openings is available here: https://apps.norfolk.gov.uk/WalkIn/Form/AllAvailableClinics or by calling 119.

    Contact: Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust’s Communications Team via ccs.communications@nhs.net      

  • BEAT THE HEAT - HEATWAVE ALERT

    by Karen Mason | Jul 15, 2022

    The Met Office has issued a red extreme heat warning for the East of England for Monday and Tuesday.

    Temperatures are expected to be extremely high, potentially reaching 40 degrees centigrade, which may cause population-wide adverse health effects.

    There are lots of tips and advice on how to cope with the hot weather on the NHS website and below are some of the top tips. 

    The public is being urged to only call 999 for an ambulance or attend A&E in the event that they have a genuine emergency – that is where not to do so would put someone’s life at risk. If in doubt, think 111 first.  Go online – Get medical help – NHS 111 – for advice, or call NHS 1111 for an assessment and instruction on where to get urgent medical help.

  • Trust board public meeting – 20th July 2022

    by Sarah Turner | Jul 15, 2022

    Our Trust board public meeting on Wednesday 20th July is being held virtually.

    A set of papers for the board meeting has been published on our website here. If you would like to join this virtual meeting, please do email ccs.trustsecretary@nhs.net who can provide you with the link to the meeting. Whilst this is a meeting held in public, rather than a public meeting, there is usually an opportunity for members of the public to ask questions at the end of each meeting.

    In addition, members of the public can submit any questions to the board for consideration by emailing ccs.trustsecretary@nhs.net - please keep questions brief and to the point, and use ‘Trust Board Meeting Question’ in the subject heading of your email. Responses will either be posted on the Trust’s board meeting webpage following the meeting or can be found in the minutes published in due course.

  • Luton & Bedfordshire children's Rapid Response Service shortlisted for HSJ Award

    by Karen Mason | Jun 20, 2022

    Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust and HUC have been shortlisted for an HSJ Patient Safety Award in the “Improving Care for Children and Young People Initiative of the Year” category.

    Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust's Luton & Bedfordshire children’s rapid response team and HUC’s Luton and Bedfordshire NHS 111 service are believed to be the first in the country to work together to introduce receiving direct referrals from NHS 111 for children under five, in a bid to reduce hospital emergency attendance.

    This referral route now provides a safe, appropriate alternative for children and young people (up to 16 years) who may have otherwise been directed to an emergency department or been dispatched an ambulance via NHS 111. It has been shown to support young patients receiving the right care in the right place whilst avoiding unnecessary hospital attendance and admission.

    Jacqui Wynn, Head of Luton & Bedfordshire Children’s Services at CCS NHS Trust said: “It is a nice recognition of our teams’ hard work to ensure the children of Luton and Bedfordshire receive a high-quality service which is provided by highly experienced, expert nurse practitioners. This would not have been possible without our close connection and collaborative working with HUC, our local NHS 111 provider.”

    High numbers of emergency department attendances by children led the partners to develop this pathway, which focuses on the health needs of children and young people. “We are delighted to be shortlisted for this initiative. When we realised there was a concern for the wellbeing of children and young people, we wanted to be a part of finding the solution. Our previous partnership with Luton children and adults community health services has allowed us to expand this service from Luton into Bedfordshire. We will continue to review this programme and its impact on the health needs of children and young people,” said Barbara Moran, Head of Transformation, HUC.

    Collaborative working, oversight and assurance are strong foundations of this new pathway, which has future plans to expand.

    Read more about the award nomination visit the HSJ website.

     

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