As NHS Derby and Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) we are responsible for allocating the budget for healthcare in Derbyshire and we work with all regional health partners, including hospitals, to ensure that we provide the highest quality and most up to date care possible. Part of this works requires us to periodically check that services are organised in the best way to meet current and future needs.
Before leaving hospital every patient is assessed to determine the type of care they need to support them with their recovery. We provide three types (pathways) of care to patients who have ongoing rehabilitation support needs and require ongoing support when they are discharged from a major hospital.
In the Erewash area we have identified through our latest figures that we have too much of some types of care and not enough of other types, meaning patients don’t always get what is best for them.
To address this we have agreed that changes are needed to these types of care in Erewash. The planned changes include providing more community support beds in local authority care homes, reducing the number of community hospital beds, increasing the number of care staff and providing additional health input to support rehabilitation.
For more information about our plans please click here.
To understand more about the evidence around community rehabilitation please click here.
You can complete our online survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ChangingtheprovisionofcommunityrehabilitationinErewash
You can print off a survey here and send it to our freepost address.
There will be drop in sessions at Charnos Hall on the Ilkeston Hospital site as follows:
Monday 15 July, 2-6pm.
Monday 29 July, 2-6pm.
Monday 12 August, 2-6pm.
Anyone is very welcome to attend the session any time from 2-6pm to hear information and ask any questions that they may have. You will be able to talk to Commissioners from the Clinical Commissioning Group, people in charge of delivering health services and people responsible for Care Homes.
Please be aware that attendance at these meetings may be limited by our fire regulations, therefore attendance is on a first come first served basis and unfortunately people may be turned away if capacity has been reached.
We are in the process of setting up other opportunities for people to share their views and ask questions. Please check our website for details.
If you have any questions or would like to talk to someone please contact our Engagement Manager, Claire Haynes, by calling 01332 868 677 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org