Improving health and wellbeing in Richmond, including Barnes, East Sheen, Mortlake, Twickenham, Teddington and Hampton.
- Improving community care in Richmond
- Increasing involvement with our community
- Increasing Primary Care Network provision
- Providing ongoing Covid-19 care and support
Our work in Richmond
Our health and care plan focuses on actions which no single organisation can achieve alone – where local NHS organisations, the council and voluntary and community services work together help the people of Kingston start well, live well and age well.
Get involved in Richmond
We are making the voices of local people and communities in Richmond central to all of our work. Find out how you can get involved and help us make sure health and care services meet the needs of everyone in Richmond.
Richmond Place Based Partnership Committee
The Richmond Place Based Committee brings Richmond's Health and Wellbeing Board and local system leaders together to focus on making sure people in Richmond Start Well as children, Live Well as adults and Age Well for longer as older adults.
Vaccination services in Richmond
Find out about vaccinations against conditions like Covid-19, flu and polio, including how to book appointments and find local walk-in clinics in Richmond, and services and help for people recovering from Long Covid.
Primary Care Networks in Richmond
Primary Care Networks (PCNs) bring GP practices together with community, mental health, social care, pharmacy, hospital and voluntary services in their local areas building on existing primary care services to better meet the needs of local people.
The Proactive Anticipatory Care (PAC) model focusses on a specific group of patients – those with multiple long-term conditions and frailty who are becoming reliant on emergency care as their health deteriorates.
Services for people who think they Kingston and Richmond residents can now call directly for guidance on how to manage Long Covid symptoms and recovery without having to see their GP first.
Mental Health Matters event showed “the mighty force of what can be achieved when services join together.”
Over 150 local people joined a panel of experts for a discussion around mental health earlier last month.
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