To view some of the key questions and answers people asked at the AGM please see below:
Local people with the greatest health need are being supported by three new integrated locality teams in Charnwood, North West Leicestershire and Hinckley and Bosworth.
Working jointly with local GP practices, the teams are jointly led by community nurses as well as colleagues from social care, GP federations and the councils in our three localities.
Local residents and organisations in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland have been invited to meet the new non-emergency patient transport (NEPT) provider on Tuesday 26 September 2017.
The event which runs from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the NSPCC National Training Centre, 3 Gilmour Close, LE4 1EZ, is an opportunity for local people to hear about the service and personally meet and chat to transport staff from the newly appointed provider, TASL, who take over providing the service locally at the beginning of October.
End of life care aims to support people, their families and carers in the later stages of their life. Making sure the right care is available both in the lead up to death and afterwards for patients, family and carers makes a huge difference to all those affected at such an upsetting time.
Patients in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland have been benefiting from the new Clinical Navigation Hub, which has been trialled over the last few months. The service has already shown to be radically changing patients’ interactions with the NHS, making sure they get appropriate care, as soon as possible, and in the first six months of the year has saved over 1800 users a trip to A&E.