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CareSeekers

CareSeekers is a dedicated team of knowledgeable, sympathetic Care Consultants who quickly find vacancies in appropriate care homes or availability of live-in or visiting care at home for people who are funding their own care.

We have worked with hospital discharge teams across the south of England for over ten years, helping them to support and guide families to the right care. We understand the pressures faced by both hospitals and families when a patient is medically fit to leave hospital but needs care and realise how time-consuming it can be to research that care.

CareSeekers provides a personal, friendly service, offering support throughout the whole process of finding care and a real choice of care providers. By working closely with hospital, family and care providers we ensure that each patient is quickly provided with the most appropriate care options.

How CareSeekers can help

Once we receive a referral and have spoken with the patient/family to establish the patient’s care requirements and personal wishes, we simplify and make the process less time consuming for the patient/family by matching their needs to Care Agencies or Care Homes that have immediate vacancies and guide them through process of finding the right care.

Referrals can be made by phone or email directly from the hospital, with the patient’s permission, or by the family contacting us themselves. 

We liaise between the hospital, family and care provider to speed up discharge and reduce delayed transfers of care.

If you would like more information please contact CareSeekers on the contact information below.

Please note that if you are interested in understanding your care options we recommend that as a starting point you contact the Council's Contact Assessment Team on aops.contact.officers@royalgreenwich.gov.uk or call 020 8921 2304 to discuss further. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Customer Services
Telephone
01483 203636
E-mail
customerservices@careseekers.co.uk
Website
Careseekers Website
Last updated on 14/02/2019
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