Western Wellbeing Partnership
The Western Wellbeing Partnership is an integrated care team providing care and support for those living in the West of the Island registered with Peel Medical Centre and aged 18+
The partnership was developed as part of an integrated care pilot project which commenced in April 2018 in order to lay the foundations for the Department of Health & Social Care to achieve its strategic objective of implementing integrated care across the Isle of Man.
The first phase of the pilot was implemented in February 2019 following an extensive period of consultation and engagement with the local community as well as those delivering care and support in the West and other key stakeholders.
The Project Team is in the process of implementing 42 recommendations which collectively will deliver a model of integrated care to meet the requirements and aspirations of those people receiving and providing care and support to people living in the West.
The agencies involved with development and delivery of integrated care services include:
- Department of Health and Social Care (Mental Health, Adult Social Care, Community and Hospital Services)
- Peel Medical Centre
- Public Health
- Corrin Home
- Live at Home
- Crossroads Care
- Hospice Isle of Man
- Western Neighbourhood Policing Team
To find out more about integrated care.
Residents living in the West currently registered with Peel Medical Centre have an opportunity to contribute to the development of the model of integrated care in the West as well as taking part in the evaluation process. As meetings, groups and events take place you have the opportunity to attend and participate in discussions and feedback.
A newly refurbished Western Wellbeing Centre located in Derby Road was officially opened on in February and members of the public are invited to visit and view the new centre, meet staff and learn about the work delivery of the Western Wellbeing Partnership Team.
Western Wellbeing Centre
+44 1624 685846
Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm