To establish a Cambridgeshire Health and Social Care Association
Over 80 % of the counties in England have a Care Provider Association of Care Providers in that County. There is no Cambridgeshire Care provider Association, despite Cambridge being one of the top 20% largest Local Authorities (based on the number of Regulated Health and Social Care registered with the Care Quality Commission). Local Authorities with far fewer Regulated Health and Social Care Locations than Cambridgeshire such as Manchester, Sheffield, Buckinghamshire, Cumbria, Wiltshire, Bradford, Dorset, Leicester, Croydon and Liverpool have an Association of Care Providers within the corresponding County..
To redress this, Health and Social Care Partnerships is now supporting Cambridge Care Providers to establish an Association.
CAMBRIDGE ACTIVE REGULATED HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE LOCATIONS
As of 1st June 2019, there are four hundred and eighty-two (482) active Regulated Health and Social Care Locations in Cambridgeshire registered under the Health and Social Care Act (HSCA). Of these, about half are Community based adult social care services and Residential social care, 37 % are Dentists and GP Practices 6% are Acute hospitals and the remainder are Acute Services – Non Hospital, Ambulance service, Community health – NHS & Independent, Hospice services, Independent consulting doctors, Mental health – community & hospital – independent, Mental health – community & residential – NHS, Out of hours, Prison Healthcare, Urgent care services & mobile doctors.
Managers of Regulated Health and Social Care Locations in Cambridgeshire register availability for Meeting to present detailed steps and requirements.
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