Just like in regions all over the UK, your local NHS organisations have joined forces with your local councils. Together, we are the Coventry & Warwickshire Health and Care Partnership. Together, we are sharing our knowledge and pooling our resources. And together, we have a plan for improving health and care. Your NHS is still your NHS; your local council is still your local council. But together we are working as one to help everyone lead happier and healthier lives, be part of a strong community, and benefit from effective and sustainable health and care services where and when they need them most.
At The Myton Hospices we believe that everyone matters for every single moment of their life; we focus on enhancing life when cure is no longer an option.
We are leaders in compassionate end of life care; our work centres on patient wellbeing and involving them in decisions about their care. Perhaps most importantly we give our patients more quality time with their loved ones.
Last year we supported more than 1,800 people and their families, in our three hospices, via our patient and family support services, and in the community through Myton at Home.
29 GP practices across South Warwickshire, located from areas including Warwick, Leamington, Alcester, Shipston and Southam form South Warwickshire GP Federation (SWGP Ltd). The federation was established to deliver enhanced services to benefit the 285,000 patients in our practices and improve efficiency of working for practices and staff.
SWGP delivers a number of contracts including enhanced health checks for patients aged over 75, Extended Access and hosts the training hub. The Training Hub focusses on education and workforce development including apprenticeships and increasing student nursing associate placements within general practice in South Warwickshire.
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust is one of the UK's largest teaching Trusts responsible for managing two major hospitals in Coventry and Rugby, which between them serve a population of over a million people. We are the principal teaching hospital for Warwick Medical School with whom we work in close partnership to develop innovative medical education programmes and clinical research.
The hospitals are:
- Hospital of St Cross, Rugby
- University Hospital, Coventry
The Trust was first established in 1992 and expanded to include Rugby in 1998. Every year we provide more than 800,000 episodes of care to patients from across Coventry, Warwickshire and beyond.
Kineton Manor is a beautiful Georgian country house situated in the heart of a small Warwickshire village. Our care home is sensitively managed by Matron and two local owners. All our staff are fully qualified, and supported in pursuing continual professional development.
We are accredited for The Gold Standards Framework for care. Our objective is to improve the quality of care by up-skilling the workforce and to coordinate communication across boundaries of care and to improve patient outcomes, enabling them to live well, and to reduce inappropriate hospitalisation. We pride ourselves on offering luxurious, comfortable surroundings with top rate nursing care. Dr. Paula du Rand (PhD Nursing) is the manager of our home, and is dedicated to providing loving and compassionate care for each resident.
The Coventry and Rugby GP Alliance aims to enhance the delivery of health and care services to our local population.
The Coventry and Rugby GP Alliance was incorporated on 13th June 2014 as a private company limited by shares. The Alliance is wholly owned by Coventry and Rugby GP practices, who are shareholders with ‘A’ voting shares and ‘B’ equity shares.
Whilst the Alliance is a new organisation, the member practices have a rich heritage in the delivery of high quality, accessible and responsive primary care in Coventry and Rugby.
South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust (SWFT) provides the hospital services to South Warwickshire from four hospitals:
- Warwick Hospital
- Leamington Spa Hospital
- Stratford Hospital
- Ellen Badger Hospital
We also deliver out-of-hospital community services to the whole of Warwickshire serving a population of more than half a million from various clinics.
South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust was formed on 1 March 2010. A foundation trust status gives us greater freedom to manage our own affairs, and makes us more directly accountable to local people through our Members, who are drawn from the local population and staff.
George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust provides a range of elective, non-elective, surgical, medical, women’s, children’s, diagnostic and therapeutic services to a population of more than 300,000 people. The hospital opened in 1948.
The hub of the Trust is located on the outskirts of Nuneaton and its services cover a large footprint, including north Warwickshire, south west Leicestershire, and north Coventry.
The Trust also provides a range of community services, delivered across Coventry, Warwickshire and Leicestershire. These include sexual health and community dentistry services for the whole of Warwickshire as well as hosting the Blue Sky Sexual Assault Referral Centre.
We provide a wide range of mental health and learning disability services for people of all ages in Coventry and Warwickshire and a wide range of community physical health services for people in Coventry.
We provide inpatient, community and day clinics, as well as specialist services, to a population of about 1 million people living in Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull. We provide some of our specialist services to a wider geographical area.
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust was formed in 2006 and integrated with community services from NHS Coventry in April 2011. The organisation now provides services from more than 60 locations with an income of about £200 million, and employs more than 4,000 dedicated staff.