Integrated Neighbourhood Teams

Integrated Neighbourhood Teams are a key feature of the LLR Model of Care.

Infographic showing the model of care based on severity of illness. It is also available as a downloadable PDF document.

Model of care infographic (PDF, 742 kb)

Integrated Neighbourhoods provide proactive and integrated care to communities of 30,000-50,000.

They aim to keep local people well and out of hospital. Integrated Neighbourhoods build on the base of primary care networks, bring all parts of the workforce together and put the people at the centre of the care they receive. The cornerstone of each Integrated Neighbourhood is a Primary Care Network.

There will be a focus on the four building blocks of integrated care:

  1. Adopting a Population Health Management approach including risk stratification
  2. Delivering co-ordinated care at a local level
  3. Multi-disciplinary teams (MDT) working to deliver better outcomes
  4. Delivering a preventative approach to care, with access to a local prevention offer including social prescribing

Primary Care Networks – Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland (PDF, 1.9 mb)