Collaborative Care Team

The Collaborative Care Team is a health based intensive community rehabilitation team operating across the Castlepoint and Rochford area.

The team delivers high quality intensive rehabilitation to patients in their own homes on discharge from hospital or step down care from community bed based units. The team is therapy lead, treatment plans are patient centred and goal orientated, the overall aim of re-educating and reskilling patients with all activities of daily living and to support regaining of independence. The team also signposts patients to EPUT community services to ensure a smooth and efficient rehabilitation pathway is experienced.

The team consists of a team of multidisciplinary professionals, including physiotherapists, occupational therapists, nurse, associate practioners and rehabilitation staff.

The team also support with crisis intervention and step up to prevent unnecessary hospital admissions to any patient whom are in health crisis in the Castlepoint and Rochford area providing intensive rehabilitation in the patient’s own home.

Where service is based

Castle Point and Rochford
Rayleigh Clinic
Eastwood Road
Rayleigh
SS6 7JP

Hours of operation

The service is for patients aged 16 and over registered with a GP in Castlepoint and Rochford areas who require intensive rehabilitation following Stroke, a neurological event or un-stable fracture.

New admissions are accepted between 10:00 -20:00 daily.
Service available 08:00 to 22:00 7 days per week 365 days per year

Crisis referrals can be made for people experiencing an episode of ill health that require short-term intervention to prevent and avoid unnecessary hospital admission.

How to contact service

In hours
Telephone: 0333 015 3481
Email: spor.referrals@nhs.net

Out of hours and weekend referrals can be made via the Collaborative Care team: 07813 023277

How to access the service

Referral is via the Single Point of Referral (SPOR) and while there is a referral form used primarily by the hospital and community bed based units, GP’s are able to refer directly over the phone.