NHS-led Provider Collaboratives involve providers of specialist health and care services in the same geographical area working together to continuously improve patient experience. Organisations come together to provide specific, targeted care and services for specialised mental health, learning disability and autism services.  

This new way of working more closely together enables the NHS and independent health providers to share learning, clinical expertise and innovation to continuously improve services for patients, carers and families. 
As the lead provider for two Provider Collaboratives in the Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is responsible for planning and commissioning specialist services that can meet the needs of our local communities. Details are below.

You can watch a short animation to find out more about NHS-led Provider Collaboratives. The video is also available in Easy Read.

Children and Adult Mental Health Services (CAMHS) Tier 4

‘CAMHS Tier 4’ refers to specialised services that provide assessment and treatment for children and young people with emotional, behavioural or mental health difficulties. We work with:
•    South London Mental Health and Community Partnership
•    Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
•    Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
•    The Priory Group
•    Elysium Healthcare

Adult Eating Disorders

We work with:
•    South London Mental Health and Community Partnership
•    Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
•    The Priory Group

We are also network partners of a further two Provider Collaboratives: Veterans (led by Solent NHS Trust) and Forensics (led jointly by Sussex Partnership and Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trusts).

Last editted: 24 February 2022 4:36pm