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£28 Million funding award to provide healthcare in new ways

Frimley Health and Care is working together with our communities and partners to provide a joined up health and social care system which is fit for the future and addresses the challenges we face. The vision is to deliver joined
-up care which supports our patients and residents to stay healthy and independent for longer, and to stay out of hospital supported by coordinated teams of health care, community, social care and voluntary services professionals.

To achieve an integrated care model across all our communities we need to invest in facilities. By developing a network of integrated hubs, each serving around 30,000-50,000 people, we will provide a connected out-of-hospital
service in the best locations, in fit-for-purpose buildings. We know the model works from test sites in North East Hampshire and Farnham Vanguard, and in Surrey Heath.

Project lead Fiona Slevin-Brown said, “We are delighted to have been awarded this funding from NHS England, which will make a significant impact to the quality of services provided and the outcomes for our local populations. Our bid was developed with a range of local people and organisations, and reflects our level of ambition for transforming health and care services across the Frimley Health and Care system. We will be working with local communities to shape these new services, so watch this space for your chance to get involved.”