A new four minute film made for NHS Alliance features fire and health service staff of the Hull FIRST Falls Rapid Response Service, with Stanley Fieldhouse, falls patient from Hull, talking about the difference the new service has made to his life.
The new falls service involves NHS Hull CCG, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service, City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC), Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust and Humber NHS Foundation Trust is part of ‘Communities of Care’ –a series of NHS Alliance programmes produced in partnership with ITN Productions.
Introduced by national newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky,’Communities of Care’ is an in-depth online programmefeaturing key industry interviews and news-style reports along with sponsored editorial profiles of leading organisations.
'Communities of Care' is a three-part series, looking at how the NHS is meeting the challenge of tightened budgets, rising costs and stretched resources. The programme explores the renewed focus on empowering individuals to manage their health within their communities, and how that's reflected across the country. It covers new models of care, systems that ease the administrative burden, and innovative new treatments.
Hull FIRST (Falls Intervention Response Safety Team) is part of the Hull 2020 transformation programme which has nine public services working together for a healthier, safer city.
You can watch the film at http://www.hullccg.nhs.uk/pages/hull-falls-response-service-features-in-nhs-alliance-film and find out more about the Hull FIRST Falls Response Service here