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Horley Health and Wellbeing Network

Gillian Orrow

About us

Dr Gillian Orrow, Clinical Neighbourhood Lead

Dr Gillian Orrow (pictured) is the GP lead for Growing Health Together in Horley, having been a GP in the local area for almost a decade.

Dr Orrow is working with a wide range of citizens and local partners to support the establishment of new health-creating initiatives that respond to locally-identified need, and to support and promote existing projects that are supporting health and wellbeing in the area.

Our network

Bringing together local residents and community partners who collectively wish to improve the health and wellbeing of local people, and the delivery of local NHS services.

Our aim is to:

  • Meet with other local people and organisations who are creating health in their area
  • Celebrate all that is going on within the local community
  • Take stock of how relationships between local people, local organisations and the NHS are changing and developing
  • Reflect on local experience of NHS services
  • Shape a collective vision to build upon

Illustration below shows how the members of the Health and Wellbeing network are working together to improve their local area.

Illustration showing how the members of the Holrey Neighbourhood Health and Wellbeing network are working together to improve their local area.

Our priorities

Ageing well

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Children & Young People's services

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Living well

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Long term health conditions

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Primary and Community Mental Health

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Prevention and Communities

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Urgent and Emergency Care

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Our progress

Together, we have worked to identify and collectively action areas to improve health and wellbeing in the local area, including:

  • Awareness of learning disabilities
  • Booking medical appointments
  • Children and young people
  • Community facilities in Westvale Park
  • Community transport
  • Dementia navigation
  • Digital inclusion and support to use the NHS App
  • Improving links to local schools
  • LGBTQ+ support
  • Neighbourhood communications
  • Physical activity classes
  • Support for carers
  • Support for people with long term conditions

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