North London Partners in health and care
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NCL Covid-19 response

Information about changes to NCL systems in response to the pandemic 

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Find out how we are seeking to improve health and care services in north central London

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Partners

We are a partnership of health and care organisations from the five London boroughs of Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington.

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News


NCL Covid-19 Update 14 May 2020

Over the past week we have been busy preparing preliminary plans for the next phase of our response to the pandemic, and we have now submitted our high level plans to NHS England for review. Partners representing councils, public health, commissioners and providers are working very closely to deliver integrated support to help care home staff and residents. Our response has included the provision of support at borough and NCL-wide level, and we are in daily contact with care providers to ensure that resources are targeted where there is most need.
14 May 2020
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NCL Covid-19 update 7 May 2020

This week has seen NCL’s health and care system begin to move into the second phase in our response to the pandemic. With lots of work ongoing to plan for the future this is also a good time to reflect on our response to date and what we have learnt.
07 May 2020
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NCL Update Covid-19 30 April 2020

As a key part of our response, we are continuing to work to maximise the number of staff being tested for Covid-19, so far during April over 5,000 staff have been tested. We've introduced a teledermatology pathway for suspected skin cancer referrals at the Royal Free London and Whittington Health hospitals. This provides us with an alternative so that face-to-face dermatology and GP consultations are only given to those patients that must be seen in person, helping us to minimise risk to patients and staff. We have increased community-based bed capacity across North Central London to help us effectively manage the increased demand for acute services resulting from Covid-19 and the subsequent number of hospital discharges.
30 Apr 2020
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