Within Glasgow City, the vision for community health and social care services is to support people to flourish, work in partnership with people and organisations to transform services for the better and engage with communities to improve health and wellbeing.
What is Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership?
Within Glasgow City, Glasgow City Council and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde have integrated the planning and delivery of all community health and social care services for children, adults and older people, along with homelessness and criminal justice services. This work is directed by the Glasgow City Integration Joint Board, with the Council and Health Board delivering services under the banner of the ‘Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership.
Follow this link for more information on GCHSCP strategic and locality plans.
About the team
The Partnership comprises around 12,000 Social Work (Glasgow City Council) and Health (NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde) staff. It is led by an integrated Executive Leadership and Senior Management Team and it provides services through the three localities of North East, North West and South and directly provided day, home and residential care. Services are also delivered through health and social care contractors and providers. Some services cover the wider NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board area
- Candidate Pack - Head of Older People Residential & Day Care
- Candidate Pack - Service Delivery Manager