Achieve ‘zero corridor days’ with Hospital at Home

Patients provided with the appropriate home-based clinical care and rehabilitation are less likely to require an emergency readmission.

HomeLink is a ‘force multiplier’, bringing our own workforce to systems where existing ‘at home’ services are at capacity or there are opportunities to expand the variety of home-based care pathways.

HomeLink Healthcare is a clinician-led, specialist Hospital at Home service provider. We have been delivering safe, high-quality services to NHS patients in the place they call home since 2016.

Work with us

Find out more about the process of commissioning HomeLink Healthcare to reduce the need for corridor beds in your organisation through a Hospital at Home service here.

Get in touch

To speak to a member of our team about our Hospital at Home services, call us on (020) 3137 5370 or contact us. You can tell us about your situation, and we can tell you more about our experience and how we might be able to help you.

 

* In 2023, less than 4% of patients were readmitted to hospital while on our service.

** James Paget University Hospital data.

Resources:

Case study

Partnership with HomeLink saves 20,000 bed days at James Paget Hospital

Hospital at Home, Partnerships

The service, known as Paget at Home, creates an additional ward of capacity every day, by providing treatment and care at home to patients who would otherwise have remained in hospital.

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Case study

Collaboration with four NHS organisations frees up two hospital wards every day

Hospital at Home, Partnerships

HomeLink Healthcare has been working across Norfolk & Waveney ICS alongside multiple NHS organisations to respond to exceptional capacity challenges.

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Case study

Joined-up work demonstrates compassion and helps avoid two hospital admissions

Hospital at Home, Patient experiences

Whilst the multi-disciplinary team were constructing a longer-term plan, the HomeLink team recognised where and how the couple were struggling and prevented two hospital re-admissions.

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Company news

HomeLink Healthcare feature twice in IHPN Community Services Report ‘What does good look like?’.

Hospital at Home, Partnerships

Our case studies demonstrate how we have addressed capacity issues in Buckinghamshire Health Trust and Norfolk & Waveney ICB.

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Company news

NHS England and IHPN visit HomeLink Healthcare service

Hospital at Home, Partnerships

Sam Sherrington, Deputy Director for Community Nursing at NHS England visited us at St. Mary’s Hospital to see how HomeLink Healthcare services work in practice. She was glowing in her praise of the service we deliver. Watch the video here!

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“Acute trusts don’t have the resource, infrastructure, we don’t have the ability set up a new service. We struggle to attract a flexible workforce. Our bank is saturated, we have the wrong skillset, and pressure points like winter, half term, school holidays. With HomeLink I am buying a service and they always deliver.”  

NHS partner feedback

“It means we have a trusted and experienced team supporting our elective patient pathway – this provides real peace of mind and their willingness to diversify and respond so quickly really has saved us from having to cancel operations so thank you HomeLink for stepping in and stepping up.”

Cursty Pepper, Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

“I’ve worked with a lot of providers and HomeLink Healthcare is a very professional organisation. Every member of my team has said how respectful and courteous the staff are. It has been a pleasure to work with partners who do exactly what they say they will.”

Jenny Ricketts, Director of Community Transformation, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust

“HomeLink Healthcare liaise wit me regularly about patients that I have referred to them and are very prompt in their reply to questions or queries. Having them on board is a breath of fresh air.

Adeola Telesford, Highly Specialist Rehabilitation OT, Enabling Care Services, Lewisham

“We recognised we had a window of opportunity to put something in place that would support both our front-line teams and our patients without delaying discharges from our busy acute hospital sites. We achieved a safe, responsive and flexible service which meant patients received the ongoing support they needed.

Kelly Hudson, Associate Director for Urgent & Emergency Care Improvement, SE London CCG

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