On Friday 7 December the Portsmouth MCP programme held an away day to review the progress of the partnership and agree priorities moving forward.
The partnership, made up of Portsmouth Primary Care Alliance (PPCA), Solent NHS Trust, Portsmouth Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Portsmouth City Council (PCC), have committed to work together to meet the challenges facing health and care services in the city. This will be achieved through the development of new models of care that dissolve the traditional boundaries between the delivery of primary care, community health, and social care and hospital services.
The afternoon marketplace presented information on each of the projects and was attended by staff from PCC, Solent, CCG, GP practices, voluntary organisations, Healthwatch, MP’s, councillors and colleagues from health and care services in Fareham, Gosport and South East Hampshire.
Three superstar social workers have been shortlisted in a prestigious national award scheme for their efforts to support vulnerable children, young people and families in the city. The Social Worker of the Year Awards take place annually to celebrate the achievements of practitioners and teams in the profession across the country. Stronger Futures and Portsmouth […]
A Safe Space for individuals who might need support on a night out is now located in the reception of Civic Offices in Guildhall Square. This has moved from Guildhall Walk Practice, where it has been located over the summer. The Safe Space will be open every Friday and Saturday from 10pm – 3am, to […]