Relationships, housing, or long-term health. For many people in Salford, the cost of living crisis is impacting many people’s health. But help and support is available. For example, did you know your GP care coordinators can provide advice and signpost you to local support?
Our care coordinators work at the heart of our primary care services. They provide extra time, capacity, and expertise to support patients in preparing for or following-up clinical conversations with GPs (primary care clinicians) and the broader primary care teams.
By working closely with the GPs and other primary care professionals, Care coordinators help identify and manage a patient demand. For example, they are skilled at ensuring appropriate support is available and help address patients’ and carers’ changing needs.
Whatever you need support with, your Care Coordinators are here to help.
All of our PCN-led care coordinators follow a Comprehensive Model for Personalised Care to deliver and reflect local priorities, health inequalities at a neighbourhood level and population health management risk stratification.