Mother and Baby with Nurse

NHS Sheffield CCG has approved the implementation of a Clinical Assessment, Service, Education, Support (CASES) model for Elective Care in Sheffield.

What does this mean for me?

Currently if your GP refers you to a hospital clinic you go to hospital and are seen in the relevant department, maybe have tests or procedures and are often followed up, then discharged back to your GP.

We are looking at designing new models of care such as having more tests and treatments available in the community and improving support to patients so they can manage their conditions better themselves.

Tell us your views

To help us develop the new model we want to hear your views of how local health services run and how you would like services to look in the future.

To find out more, and to tell us your views please come to an informal meeting on:

Wednesday 15 July 2015
Holiday Inn Royal Victoria, Victoria Station Road, Sheffield. S4 7YE

During the meeting we’d like you to tell us:

  • Have you ever been to a hospital clinic appointment? If so, what was it like?
  • Would you like to see more services e.g. tests/procedures available in the community?
  • Would you like to access specialist advice without going to hospital?

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Please reserve your place by visiting or ring us on 0114 3054609.

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Further information on CASES

By implementing the new CASES model we aim to:

  • Make sure primary and secondary care are more connected;
  • Ensure patients get the right treatment at the right time, in the right place;
  • Make more investigation and treatment services available in the community;
  • Improve the support to patients so they can manage their condition better, and
  • Focus on the outcomes of treatment for patients, rather than counting the number of times a patient is seen and receives treatment by a health service.

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