A consultation on the development of accessible, modern, high quality health and social care services in East Harrow

Posted on December 23, 2009. Filed under: GP-led health centres, Reports/papers |

NHS Harrow | accessed 23 December 2009 [pdf]

NHS Harrow wants to open new health centres that provide enhanced GP services at times and locations convenient for you. Investing in primary care services is a national priority in order to deliver care out of hospital where possible. This document explains our proposals to achieve this in the East of Harrow.

Executive Summary

We are excited to present this consultation document, which highlights how we aim to further improve healthcare in East Harrow. Our Primary and Community Care Strategy outlines plans for the development of primary and community care services over the next five years and its objectives are to improve choice, and access to quality services for patients. East Harrow was identified as a priority area. Details of this can be found in our Outline Business Case for East Harrow, which is on our website, http://www.harrowpct.nhs.uk

Some changes are already happening. In January 2010, a new GP practice will open at Mollison Way providing services from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week. In continuing to improve services in East Harrow, we propose a new way of
working called a polysystem. This will link both health and social care services together.

We want to give you the opportunity to find out more about the proposed new services and comment on our proposals.
The consultation will run from the 9th December to the 17th March 2010.

Please take time to read this document and return your completed feedback form. Alternatively, you can complete the online version which can be found on our website.


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