Our community services provide physical healthcare for people in their homes or as close to home as possible.  We’re here to support people to live independently in their communities, aiming to avoid their admission to hospital and supporting their recovery.

  • The community independence service (CIS), in partnership with Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust, offers care at home to help people avoid unplanned hospital admissions.

  • We provide pharmacy services at Clayponds Hospital, Broadmoor Hospital and the St Bernard’s Hospital site.The pharmacy service supports staff, patients and carers to use medicines safely and effectively.

  • 111*6 is a clinical telemedicine advice line for care homes across North West London. This service offers a dedicated *6 telephone line that allows care homes to get a quicker response and clinical advice when calling NHS 111. There’s an option for some care homes to convert to a video call for additional support.

  • We offer a range of support and advice services to help you stay well. These include tuberculosis (TB) awareness and support for patients to stop smoking, and with other ways of improving health.

  • We help people avoid admission to hospital with our Rapid Response and Home First teams, and speed up their recovery in specialist community-based rehabilitation wards

  • Adults with a diagnosis of learning disability can get support from the community team for people with learning disabilities (CTPLD). This team of health and social work professionals work in partnership with people with learning disabilities, their families, carers and other agencies.

  • We help people manage long term conditions and provide community nursing, often at home. These services include management of diabetes, bladder and bowel problems, wound care and home oxygen.

  • We help people with ongoing conditions to retain and improve their independence. These services include: physiotherapy, podiatry, speech and language therapy and occupational therapy.

  • We provide enhanced primary care (GP) service for people in nursing homes in the Ealing area. Find out more about the service, the care you receive, referral information and contact details for the service.

  • Our psychological medicine services are part of Ealing Community Partners (ECP). They work alongside and are integrated with our other community teams. We support people with psychological needs caused by, or contributing to, long-term physical health conditions.

  • We provide proactive outreach and remote clinical support to certain residential care homes in Ealing, speeding up communication with patients’ registered GPs and other services.

Children's community services

  • The children's audiology service provides hearing assessments, routine checks, and follow-up services for children aged 7 months to 18 years who live in Ealing.

  • The child development team (CDT) in Ealing assesses and cares for children with developmental difficulties who are between the ages of 0 and 19. The CDT is a multi-disciplinary team including doctors, specialist health visitors, speech therapists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, specialist nurses, audiologists and dieticians.

  • The children’s specialist community nursing service, provides community nursing support to children ages 0 to 18 in the borough of Ealing.

  • The community paediatric team work with children who have developmental or long term conditions, as part of the Child Development Team (CDT). The team consists of consultant paediatricians, specialist registrars in community paediatrics and specialist health visitors.

  • The Looked After Children service is an integral part of the care provided by Ealing Community Partners which integrates health, social care and educational services for children

  • Occupational therapists provide advice and support to parents, carers and other professionals, working across a range of settings, such as home, school and clinics.

  • Ealing paediatric physiotherapy service works with children to help them become as active as possible. Using manual therapy and therapeutic exercise, also offering tailored advice and supporting behavioural change.

  • The Ealing special school nursing team provides high-quality healthcare to children and young people who need specialist nursing care during school hours, so that they can go school and is part of the Ealing Services for Children with Additional Needs (ESCAN).