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AHPs in Norfolk and Waveney

Allied Health Professionals

Overview

AHPs work across all sectors of health and social care in Norfolk & Waveney. From providing Physiotherapy in the acute trusts through to Speech and Language therapists in the community, the impact of dedication to provide the highest quality of care to our patients is at the centre of all we do.

Overview

Allied Health Professions

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Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital

Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital

Our patients are at the heart of everything we do. We care for the people of Norfolk, north Suffolk and further afield, providing almost one million out-patient appointments, day case procedures and in-patient admissions every year. We’ve 1,200 beds and state-of-the art facilities, work closely with the University of East Anglia to train health professionals, and have a strong focus on research. Find out more here.

The NNUH is a very strong base for AHPs employing ten of the different professions across its services.

James Paget University Hospital

The JPUH is a vibrant university hospital providing the best possible care to a population of 250,000 residents across Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and Waveney, as well as to the many visitors who come to this part of East Anglia. Our main site in Gorleston is supported by the Newberry Clinic and other outreach clinics in the local area.

Ensuring our patients are central to everything we do is our priority. Our vision is to be an innovative organisation delivering compassionate and safe patient care through a well led and motivated workforce.

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James Paget University Hospital
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kings Lynn

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kings Lynn

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital has circa 500 beds, 28 wards and serves a population of around 278,800 people who are living in three counties of Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire.

We have begun our journey of improvement, to turnaround the Trust from one with an ‘inadequate’ rating (and in special measures)from the Care Quality Commission to one our local communities can be proud of. Our 2,818-strong workforce is committed to working together with partners to make the sustainable changes required of us to consistently deliver the safe and high- quality care our patients can expect of us and there are already signs of progress.

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Norfolk Community Health and Care

NCH&C provides community-based NHS health and care via more than 70 different service locations across Norfolk as well as providing a specialist Early Supported Discharge service to stroke patients in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Serving a population of nearly 900,000 people, NCH&C delivers community dentistry, services for children, young people and families, therapies, community nursing, end of life care and specialist nursing, among others.

We believe that people are better looked after locally and this belief drives us to work hard to bring our expert care to patients in our seven community hospitals, within GP surgeries and in patients’ own homes. Our focus is on continually improving the quality of care we offer to local people and on improving access to that care, helping people to move seamlessly from one service to another.

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Norfolk Community Health and Care
East Coast Community Healthcare

East Coast Community Healthcare

East Coast Community Healthcare CIC (ECCH) is a staff owned Social Enterprise, providing community based NHS and social care in Norfolk & Suffolk. We have contracts with the NHS and two County Councils. At least 70,000 people are registered as service users with ECCH.

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Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust helps people with mental health problems. The Trust enables people to live fulfilling lives. We support people to improve their emotional wellbeing.

The people who use our services and their carers are at the heart of everything we do. They play a vital role in helping to shape the way we deliver services.

We aim to provide outstanding advice and care in a friendly, flexible and timely manner. We support good physical health, healthy relationships and an active life.

We research and innovate. We aim to provide and co-ordinate high-quality and cost-effective services.

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Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust