First Community Health and Care rated outstanding by CQC Redhill-based First Community Health and Care has been rated outstanding by CQC following an inspection of its services in March 2017 putting First Community in the top 2% of health organisations inspected by CQC in England. The report was published on 18 August 2017. First Community is a social enterprise...
Published on 18/08/2017 Read More
Since 1 April 2017 First Community has provided 0-19 services to children young people and their families and carers through Children and Family Health Surrey with its partners CSH Surrey and Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. We've published an update our services, which you can find here.
Published on 31/07/2017 Read More
First Community’s in-house dementia training programme, developed and run by Nurse Advisor for Dementia Samantha Lungu, has been accredited by Dementia Friends. Dementia Friends is an initiative from the Alzheimers Society to change the way people think, act and talk about dementia. As a result of the accreditation, delegates who taken part in the training, are entitled to wear the...
Published on 28/07/2017 Read More
First Community's quality report for 2016-2017 is now available to download. Along with other providers of NHS services, FIrst Community is required to publish a quality report each year about the quality of the services we provide. The account includes a review of our quality improvement priorities for 2016-17 and our priorities for 2017-18.
Published on 26/06/2017 Read More
Following the Met Office forecast of hot weather in the next few days, here is some advice from NHS England about staying well in the heat. The advice includes: stay out of the heat, cool yourself down, keep your environment cool or find somewhere else that is cool look out for neighbours, family or friends who may be isolated and unable to care for themselves; make sure they...
Published on 19/06/2017 Read More
First Community's Minior Injuries Unit (MIU), and other community services, are running as usual today 15 May 2017.
Published on 12/05/2017 Read More
There is cause for celebration this month as the number of young people able to access ChatHealth – the secure text messaging service run by school nurses – reaches one million, that’s one in seven 11-19 year olds. ChatHealth is a web-based text messaging service, which young people of secondary school age can use to access confidential advice from a school nurse. It is now available through...
Published on 05/04/2017 Read More
New service for children and young people across Surrey from 1 April 2017 brings together NHS physical health and emotional wellbeing services
New service for children and young people across Surrey from 1 April 2017 brings together NHS physical health and emotional wellbeing services From 1 April 2017 Children and Family Health Surrey will provide NHS children’s community health services across Surrey. Children, young people and their families and carers are set to benefit from one service providing both physical and emotional...
Published on 05/04/2017 Read More
From 1 April 2017, Children and Family Health Surrey will provide NHS children's community health services across Surrey
From 1 April 2017, Children and Family Health Surrey will provide NHS children's community health services across Surrey. First Community Health and Care, along with CSH Surrey and Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Trust, is one of the three partners providing Children and Family Health Surrey services. For more information click here.
Published on 17/03/2017 Read More
Results from the national NHS staff survey puts First Community Health and Care among the best in the country. Of the staff who look part, 86% said they would be happy with the standard of care provided by First Community if a friend/relative needed treatment. This compares to 74% with other similar community-based NHS organisations across the country. First Community Health and Care provides...
Published on 10/03/2017 Read More