A vision for joining up services for better care

A vision for joining up services for better care

Since October 2017, the Healthy Weston programme has been looking at how to change and improve local services in Weston-super-Mare, Worle, Winscombe and the surrounding areas including North Sedgemoor.

Specifically, Healthy Weston has been looking at how healthcare services are organised and delivered, and how they could work better together to provide joined-up care for patients, now and in the future.

Pier Health is very much a part of this initiative; delivering the very best in healthcare for over 93,000 patients across Weston-super-Mare, Worle and local villages.

You can find out more about Healthy Weston here.

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