Who we are
Connecting Care for Children (CC4C) is a paediatric integrated care model which has been used to implement whole system change and to improve the way children’s care is commissioned, delivered and experienced across north west London.
It addresses the disproportionately high rates of paediatric A&E and paediatric outpatient attendance across the region.
Since 2014, this work has been driven by paediatricians at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust working with local GPs, commissioning leads and social care partners.
The importance of having CAMHS professionals in a GP MDT
Dr Talia Banks
Over the last few years the success of the GP Child hubs has grown and grown. The concept is simple; to have a group of GP practices come together once a month with a general paediatrician for an MDT and clinic. The aim is to improve not just…
Help improve asthma care in London
Join us on 11th June from 4-6pm in the White City Community Centre, where we're bringing together patients, parents, carers and professionals to share views about asthma care for young people.
CC4C win at HSJ awards
We are thrilled to announce that we have won a HSJ Award in the acute or specialists redesign category for London and the South.
Join Westbourne Olympics this summer
CC4C is working with Grand Union Health centre, a local GP practice, and their PPG to develop a summer sports programme for local children and families.