Local NHS Trust and Local MP Officially Open Coronation Road Workplace Hub
Coronation Road workplace hub – a new integrated workspace for health and care services in Ellesmere Port – has been formally opened by Justin Madders, MP for Ellesmere Port and Neston.
The hub brings together local community services provided by Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CWP) and Cheshire West and Chester Council (CWaC). It is the first step towards developing a fully integrated health and care campus in Ellesmere Port, aiming to improve access to services in the area and support more seamless practice between teams.
Based in the very heart of the Ellesmere Port community, the hub should serve as great place to get the help they need as quickly, and compassionately, as possible.
CWP director of operations, Andy Styring, said: “The integration of services at the Coronation Road hub is a fantastic step to enhancing collaboration between health and social care partners. It will help improve experiences for people in the area by bringing together the services that support people’s overall health and wellbeing needs.”
Justin Madders MP for Ellesmere Port and Neston said: “It was a pleasure to officially open the new offices and good to see an old and dilapidated building brought back into use which will hopefully aid the regeneration of the town centre. All the extra staff who will now be based there from various different disciplines will hopefully mean patients have a smoother and more co-ordinated experience.”