East Surrey Place is one of four ‘places’ within Surrey Heartlands.
A place-based partnership is a collaborative arrangement made by the organisations responsible for arranging and delivering health and care services in a locality.
Closer working together at place level will enable East Surrey to provide improved patient care and work effectively for the benefit of residents – by offering joined up services that meet and respond to local people’s needs; enabling them to create and live healthy lifestyles; and supporting them to take responsibility for their health and wellbeing.
Organisations, professionals and clinicians will work together to create positive health outcomes for local communities.
The East Surrey Place partnership includes Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership, Surrey and Sussex NHS Healthcare Trust, two GP Federations, Alliance for Better Care and Dorking Healthcare and five Primary Care Networks*, First Community Health and Care and St Catherine’s Hospice along with Reigate & Banstead and Tandridge District Councils, Surrey County Council, Surrey and Borders NHS Foundation Trust, South East Coast Ambulance and voluntary sector partners.
*The five Primary Care Networks are Horley, North Tandridge, Care Collaborative, Redhill Phoenix and South Tandridge.
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