NHS England invests nearly £40 million into local health and care system.
Thousands of patients in the city are benefiting from better coordinated health and social care support after Leicester City CCG and Leicester City Council took the decision to move important services into a shared location to remove unnecessary organisational barriers.
Thousands of patients are benefitting from plans which mean they leave hospital in a more timely way, improving their journey of recovery and avoiding the risk of returning to hospital.
Thousands of patients living in Leicester have benefited from a timely diagnosis of dementia, thanks to a commitment from the Leicester City CCG. The commitment sees the CCG diagnosing a significantly higher number of patients than the UK national average.
The three NHS organisations that commission health services across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are reviewing the funding they provide to voluntary and community sector organisations which support people with mental health needs.
More than 16,000 patients at high risk of being admitted to hospital are set to benefit from a new type of individual care plan designed to keep them healthy and at home.
Local health partners will welcome Kris Hopkins MP to the city tomorrow to showcase some of their early achievements in improving patient care and outcomes, under the Leicester City Better Care Fund (BCF).
Older people with underlying mental health conditions are now better supported than ever before thanks to the Leicester City Better Care Fund (BCF).
Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Leicester City Council are celebrating significant steps towards the launch of the local Better Care Fund.