Partnership and Integration underpins everything that we are trying to achieve. We are delighted to be part of a growing collaboration which currently includes:
Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust provides care and support through three divisions which focus on Adult Mental Health and Adult Learning Disability Services, Families, Young People and Children’s Services and Community Health Services.
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
UHL is one of the biggest and busiest NHS Trusts in the country, serving the one million residents of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland – and increasingly specialist services over a much wider area. Our nationally and internationally-renowned specialist treatment and services in cardio-respiratory diseases, Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO), cancer and renal disorders reach a further two to three million patients from the rest of the country.
LOROS Hospice is a local charity which every year, cares for more than 2,500 people across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. It provides free, high quality compassionate care and support to terminally ill adult patients, their family and carers.
NHS England and Improvement Leadership and Lifelong Learning Team – Midlands
Established in April 2020, this Midlands Team supports local health systems to make decisions about how best to support and assure performance in the region, as well as supporting system transformation and the development of sustainability and transformation partnerships and integrated care systems.
Health Education England
Health Education England (HEE) to support the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement to the patients and public of England by ensuring that the workforce of today and tomorrow has the right numbers, skills, values and behaviours, at the right time and in the right place.
Leicestershire County Council
Leicestershire County Council is responsible for a range of public services across the county. Health and Social care teams are working together to provide more joined up care in the community, particularly for frail older people, those with long term conditions and other vulnerable groups, including carers.
LLR Training Hub
The Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Training Hub is emerging as an essential vehicle of primary care workforce transformation, working closely with stakeholders across LLR. With an ability to engage multiple general practice organisations and provide consistent education, development and workforce planning support, the hub offers opportunities for primary care colleagues to develop and enhance skills whilst also supporting new clinical staff through fellowships, preceptorships, peer and multi-professional learning groups.
LLR Clinical Commissioning Groups
All three Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), NHS Leicester City, NHS West Leicestershire and East Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) have responsibility for commissioning the majority of health services for the local population. Clinical Commissioning Groups do not provide health services. Instead they are responsible for planning and commissioning health care services for their local area with resources delegated to them by NHS England. They are accountable to NHS England, and Parliament, for how they use these resources and the results they achieve. Commissioning is about getting the best possible health outcomes for the local population. This involves assessing local needs, deciding priorities and strategies, and then buying services on behalf of the population from providers such as hospitals, community health providers and GPs among others. CCGs must constantly respond and adapt to changing local circumstances. They are responsible for the health of the entire population, and measured by how much they improve outcomes for patients.
Leicester City Council
The City Council serves the people, communities and businesses of Leicester, the biggest city in the East Midlands. It is a unitary authority, which means it take responsibility for many of the major decisions that affect people’s lives. This includes decisions around schools, roads and setting council tax.
Skills for Care
Skills for Care helps create a well-led, skilled and valued adult social care workforce. It is an independent charity with over 18 years’ experience in workforce development, working as a delivery partner for the Department of Health and Social Care. It also works closely with related services such as health and housing and is the membership organisation for registered managers.