If you are over 75 and have been recently admitted and then discharged from hospital you may get a call from Stuart Coxon who is our Lead Community Nurse.
“There is no place like home” so his aim is to make sure that patients have the correct care in place to support them when at home. His work focuses on the more vulnerable members of our elderly population, including those already in residential or nursing homes, to co-ordinate and ultimately optimize the care they receive.
Stuart is available Monday – Thursday 8.30am – 3.00pm and should you need to contact him please leave a message with the Reception Team and he will get back to you as soon as possible but within 3 working days. If your call is urgent then it may be more appropriate for the receptionist to pass your information onto the duty doctor.
Tel No: 01508 530781
Helpful Support Services
For assistance with short or long term needs, advice and information – for example if your carer has suddenly been taken into hospital and you need urgent help – Contact Norfolk Swift Response. Or if you have been in hospital and need support when you return home – Contact Norfolk First Support.
“Your guide to care and support for adults” contains lots of useful information to support people to be independent, resilient and well in Norfolk. There is information about how to get help and support, what kind of services are available and details of other organisations that can help too, click HERE.
If you live in South Norfolk and need help with essential repairs and adaptations to help keep you independent in your own home – Contact the Independent Living Team.