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The Hospital to Home Team

Hospital to Home

WHAT WE DO

ØImprove patient experience

ØReduce preventable admissions and readmissions

ØReduce length of stay

ØSupport safe discharge  

ØTransport them home safely and settle them in their home

ØHospital to Home provide short term community based support across Leeds 

ØSecure longer term support from Age UK Leeds as well as local third sector & community organisations

ØProvide support to patients & families to enable timely transfers of care to independent care homes  

                     
  Reducing preventable admissions and readmissions to hospital by supporting patients over 60 in Leeds

Hospital to Home provides a transport service to enable a timely safe discharge from hospital. Support is then provided to ensure that the patient is settled at home with further support provided to secure long term support from Age UK Leeds services or other third sector organisations.

The Hospital to Home service provides support to Leeds residents aged 60+ who have attended A&E or had a short stay in hospital on the assessment units at St James Hospital in Leeds. 

Please note we do not provide any personal care.

Contact us
Hospital To Home
St James's Hospital
Leeds
Tel: 0113 206 5052

Appropriate patients will be identified within St James's Hospital by staff. 

Contact: Hospital To Home Manager - Eliza Clayton,

St James's Hospital, Leeds

Email: eliza.clayton@ageukleeds.org.uk

 

Leeds Oak Alliance

Are you living with frailty, or receiving end of life care?
We are here to help.

Call in to see us at our Hub – a one stop shop for advice, information and support
1.30pm-6.30pm Monday to Friday
The Atrium, Bexley Wing, St James’s University Hospital, Leeds

Who we are:
Leeds Oak Alliance is a group of five charities, working together in partnership to help and support adults living with frailty and / or at the end of their life, and their carers.

Our focus is to help people to live and age well, and to provide the services that really matter to people approaching the end of their life in Leeds.

What we do:

Our information hub at The Atrium, Bexley Wing, St James’s University Hospital is open to the public, patients, carers and professionals offering information and support.

Our friendly experienced Leeds Oak Alliance team will talk through your circumstances and requirements, supporting and signposting you to the most appropriate service offered by the Leeds Oak Alliance organisations.

Our aim:
We aim to provide a quick, easy, personal service for those in need of a little extra support.

For more information, call in to our hub or call our team on 07908 890485

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