Health Inequalities Hub Service (General Practice Health Advocates)

Closed 30 Nov 2017

Opened 17 Oct 2016

Overview

Patient and Public Consultation

Camden Clinical Commissioning Group commissions a Health Inequalities Hub.  The service supports Camden healthcare staff in connecting patients and their families with local community services that can help address their non-clinical needs.  The aim of the Hub is to increase access for hard to reach, marginalised and black, minority, ethnic and refugee (BMER) communities to non-acute health promotion services.  The Hub also increases access into non-clinical community services by increasing users’ knowledge of what is available and signposting them into those local services/groups (e.g. reading clubs, walking groups, fitness clubs etc).

 

Why We Are Consulting

The service is provided by one provider across the borough, a local charity: 

The service commenced in April 2013 under a locally-agreed contracting arrangement.  We want to now hear your views on the service and find out about the quality of the healthcare you have received.  The answers you give here will be used by Camden CCG to decide on the future commissioning of the service.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Public

Interests

  • Patient Feedback