The Integrated Discharge Service which includes colleagues from PHT, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, Solent NHS Trust, Hampshire County Council and Portsmouth City Council have been working together to support a new scheme to help get patients home sooner.
The Home First scheme is an approach to help patients who no longer have medical or nursing needs, but still require care, to get home sooner.
The Integrated Discharge Service held a celebration on the 12th December to recognise all of their hard work over the past month to ensure patients are home in time for Christmas.
Colleagues were nominated for their contribution and were presented with an award by Melloney Poole OBE, Chairman of PHT.
- IDS Superstar - Dan Cauvain, PHT. For his professionalism and conscientiousness, his constant positivity and willingness to help with any task at any time. His flexibility and patience is much appreciated in a busy working environment, with multiple pressures and demands. His contribution to IDS is commendable and he is relied upon by many of us.
- Best ward support - E4 Ward
- Best CHC Support - Caroline Curtis - Portsmouth City Council, Hilary Chambers - WHCCG and Becky Rolls - PHT
- Best Partners in Care - Bluebell Nursing Home, Agincare and Brookvale - Solent Cliffs
- Best Professional Support - Jan Brenton, Hampshire County Council
- Best Well-being checklist trainer - Denise Graham, Hampshire County Council
- Best Trusted Professional Mentor - Rob Vear, Hampshire County Council
- Best Trusted Professional - Brian Payne, PHT
- Best Discharge Initiative - CHC Discharge to Assess Project Team
- Best Home First Team - PRRT and Home First
- Best Fast Track Support - Care Home Select
- Best IDS food and goodies supplier - Sam Wingrove, PHT
- Best Team Maker - Cindy Sattar, PHT
- Superstranded Hero - Sue Bradshaw, PHT
- The IDS team member that makes the IDS a happy place, lifts every ones spirits and makes people laugh - Nanette Yem – PHT and Clare Cherrington - Discharge Lead at PHT