Thurrock Adult Care and Health
For information on living at home, disability, sheltered housing, care homes, managing your care homes, looking after someone and much more.
Thurrock Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for the commissioning and delivery of local health care services.
The CCG buys healthcare from hospitals, community and mental health services and some specialist services (service contracts with GPs, dentists, pharmacists and opticians are managed by NHS England). Driven by clinicians, the CCG is supported by a wide range of professionals and strategic partners, to commission and deliver joined up seamless quality services to the public, patients and carers of Thurrock.
Thurrock First is a single number that anyone over 18 years can call for advice on social care, mental health or comunity health services in Thurrock. To access call 01375 511000 (main hours: 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday). They can support with:
- Adult social care
- Mental health
- Health problems that have been diagnosed and for which on-going care is needed
- Where to get help with other health problems
- Care that's available in the community
Better Care Together Thurrock
Better Care Together Thurrock is a new way of working that will see more effective health and care which focuses on the whole person and their needs while delivering care closer to home.