Our Service Partners- Sirona Care & Health
Sirona care & health is a Community Interest Company committed to providing local communities with a range of high quality specialist health and social care . For us, it’s about the personal approach; we take pride in what we do and deliver the high standard of care that we’d expect for ourselves and our families.
The Community Transfer of Care Hub (CToCH) manage all referrals into the Discharge to Assess Pathways across BNSSG .
Following a hospital stay, the ethos across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) for all people being discharged is ‘Home is Best’, for some service users who have complex needs or need a period of further assessment this is not practicable and they transfer to a complex assessment bed which is generally in a care home.
During their stay, service users will be given support, along with their carers and families around complex discharge planning. This will enable a timely and safe discharge to the person’s usual residence or to a more suitable location if appropriate.
We actively promote a multi-disciplinary model where staff work closely with social workers, GPs as well as other Acute and Community colleagues, to ensure the people we are supporting are kept at the heart of every decision.
The services operate: 7 days per week, between 08:00 & 18:00
Our Service Partners- North Somerset Council
North Somerset Council are pleased to be part of the Transfer of Care Hub, to assist in the seven-day co-ordination of safe discharges, through a trusted integrated system wide approach. We have developed a range of innovative prevention services to support people’s recovery through maximising independence and enabling the optimisation of their outcomes, through a personal and positive experience of discharge.
We are looking for social workers and occupational therapists to be part of our established Hospital Discharge and TEC and Reablement Intervention teams. Working in the Hospitals along with our Community Navigators and Home from Hospital services, who link people into the voluntary sector to maximise the opportunity to discharge people at the point people are ready to leave, preventing long hospital waits and deterioration in physical and mental ability. The roles are hospital based and have a pivotal role in the integrated hub with line management responsibility sitting with North Somerset Council.
Our Service Partners- Bristol City Council
Bristol City Council are please to be partners in the Transfer of care hubs, to assist in the co-ordination of safe discharges through a trusted integrated whole system approach. We have developed a range of innovative preventions services to support people’s recovery by maximising independence and enabling the optimisation of their outcome, through a personal and positive discharge from a hospital setting.
We are looking for occupational therapists and social workers to join us to be part of our established Discharge to Assess service. Working along side our hospital, community nursing and voluntary sectors we will strive to create a person centred service to maximise the opportunity to discharge people at the point they are ready to leave.
The roles are based over two hospital trusts within Bristol.