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Introducing our Hubs

IHSCM hubs are designed to provide you with locally accessible, convenient, regular and high quality workshops, programmes, meetings and social events, all geared to the development of you as a manager in health and social care.

Our Hubs are made up of Regional Hubs, Country Hubs, Care Hubs, and Education Hubs.

It is our firm intention to establish our IHSCM Hubs all over the United Kingdom so that no member lives more than about an hour’s journey away from one.

The brilliant, pioneer Trusts and health and social care providers leading the way are:

Mersey and West Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust are home home to our North West Regional Hub. Ann Marr, Chief Executive STHK said, “We are delighted to be the North West Hub for the Institute of Healthcare Management. We look forward to being part of this exciting development to create a network of NHS staff from across the region who will share ideas, learn from each other and support the changing needs of the health and care sector.”

Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care Board (ICB) are home to our North West Care Hub, and part of the Lancashire and South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership, covering four local authorities:

  • Lancashire CC
  • Blackpool CC
  • South Cumbria CC
  • Blackburn with Darwen CC

View all the News and Event information for the North West.

University Hospitals Leicester NHS Trust, University Hospital of Northamptonshire, Kettering General Hospital make up our East Midlands HUB. We are one of the biggest and busiest NHS Trusts in the country, serving the one million residents of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.  Our nationally and internationally-renowned specialist cardio-respiratory. ECMO, cancer and renal services reach a further two to three million patients from the rest of the country. Our Children’s Hospital, split across the Leicester General, Glenfield and Leicester Royal Infirmary, helps us meet the needs of our youngest patients for emergency and sometimes life-long care needs. 

Welcome to Leicester’s hospitals website (leicestershospitals.nhs.uk)

 

 We have EM Care as the IHSCM Care HUB. EMCARE exists to help care home owners with these key aims and objectives

EMCARE | Supporting care homes in Leicester/shire & Rutland

 

Lincolnshire Care Association

LinCA is a not-for-profit organisation supporting adult care providers of Domiciliary Care, End of Life Care, Learning Disabilities, Mental Health, Nursing Homes, Residential Care Homes, and Supported Living within the independent and voluntary sectors in Lincolnshire.

Welcome to Linca – Lincolnshire Care Association

 

 

 

Devon Integrated Social Care Alliance has been set up to support care providers in Devon to work collaboratively and support each other, share ideas, resources and create a positive culture of best practice.

Home – Devon Integrated Social Care Alliance (disca.org.uk)

 

Gloucestershire Care Providers Association  is a membership body open to all independent providers of adult social care (private, not-for-profit and charitable organisations) delivering care to people in their own homes, in a residential or a nursing setting within Gloucestershire.

Gloucestershire Care Providers Association – THE VOICE OF THE INDEPENDENT CARE SECTOR IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE (gcpa.co.uk)

We are delighted to have 4 West Midlands Hubs. The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and Walsall Health NHS Trust (combined) are our Regional Hub for the West Midlands.

 

West Midlands Care Association are home to our Care Hub.

 

Arden University and Staffordshire University are home to our West Midlands Education Hub.

 

David Loughton, CEO of The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust is  “…thrilled that the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust will be hosting the West Midlands Regional Hub of the Institute of Healthcare Management (the IHSCM) together with Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust.  The IHSCM is a fabulous national organisation that has provide high quality networking and development to its members and I am pleased that we are able to increase the reach of this organisation with the establishment of a regional hub in the Black Country.”

View all the News and Event information for the West Midlands.

Kirklees Care Association is a not for profit organisation working as the recognised representative body providing one single, strong voice and support network for independent social care provider across Kirklees.

Our members include care/nursing homes, homecare agencies and supported living providers looking after residents across Kirklees.

We focus on fostering collaborative, professional relationships with key partners.

We take part in positive and productive conversations with stakeholders to help inform and influence care sector decision makers.

We aim to support and encourage care providers to share and develop best practice, offering additional training and development opportunities.

We work together towards an improved social care and health experience for every person who accesses services or works in the care sector.

Kirklees Care Association

 

Bradford Care Association

The BCA was established in 2014 as a non-profit organisation with a voluntary board of directors. Initially, the aim was to form an association that could enhance care standards throughout the Bradford district and offer support to care providers, as well as giving the sector a voice on a local and regional level, with the active support of as many members as possible.

We quickly attracted members representing care homes and home support providers from across Bradford. Although our remit has grown significantly since then, all our core principles remain the same and still form the foundations of the BCA’s ethos today.

Bradford Care Association

We are delighted to have 4 Wales Hubs. Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) is the home of our Wales Country Hub, Williams Medical is home to our Primary Care Hub, University of South Wales is home to our Wales Education Hub and Trivallis is home to our Community Hub. 

Designed for members living or working within the Welsh health and social care system, our Wales Hubs provide opportunities for members living and working in Wales to network through regular meetings, workshops and conferences on Welsh health & social care topics.

View all the News and Event information for Wales.

We are thrilled to announce for 2023 a new Scotland HUB – NHS Education Scotland.  Free membership is available if you work within NES. NHS Education for Scotland (NES) is an education and training body and a national health board within NHS Scotland. We are responsible for developing and delivering healthcare education and training for the NHS, health and social care sector and other public bodies. We have a Scotland-wide role in undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing professional development.

Family Nursing & Home Care is a jersey charity and the IHSCM Channel Islands HUB. We raise money through donations, fundraising activities and legacies and we are contracted by the Government of Jersey for the provision of services. Our ethos is to help islanders start well, live well and age well.

We provide expert prenatal and parental care and we support children, young people, families and the members of our community who need healthcare or support in their homes. Our services range from the Baby Steps programme, Community Children Nursing, School Nursing, District Nursing, Health Visiting, Home Care, Rapid Response and Reablement, Palliative Care and end of life care.

BA Healthcare, connecting highly skilled, motivated healthcare professionals with health and social care employers in the UK. Whether you are a healthcare professional looking to work and live in the UK, or a health and social care provider seeking to build a sustainable and stable workforce, we are your trusted partner.

 

If you would like to become a hub please contact Jon Wilks for a discussion.

View all editions of the IHSCM HUB Magazine here. We publish the HUB magazine quarterly and it is a space for anyone working at any of our HUBS to share their articles on a wider scale. 

To submit your article for the magazine please email Membership Manager Emma at ecaton@ihm.org.uk

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