The Coventry & Warwickshire health and care system has launched a programme of work designed to reshape future services after COVID-19.

NHS organisations and local authorities belonging to the Coventry & Warwickshire Health & Care Partnership are working together on a ‘Restoration, Recovery and Reset’ project whilst continuing to respond fully to the virus pandemic.

The programme is in line with national NHS plans to return services across the UK to normal as soon as possible.

A plan has been devised which has seven key areas of focus: the continued day-to-day response to the virus, future demand modelling for non-COVID treatments, the full reinstatement of GP service, building stronger communities through population health initiatives, ensuring the wellbeing of all staff, and devising an improved future operating model.

The Partnership will be seeking views on its plans as they take shape through a series of engagements with community groups and the public.  

The organisation’s Independent Chair Professor Sir Chris Ham said: “COVID-19 has severely tested all aspects of the health and care system and I pay tribute to every member of staff for their professionalism and commitment in treating patients

“Our response to the virus continues alongside our planning for the restoration, recovery and reset of our health and care system post-COVID.”

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