Better Care Wolverhampton

We have a number of programmes of work which are designing and developing services across Wolverhampton as part of our Better Care Fund approach. The programmes of work are as follows:

  • Dementia Care
  • Primary and Community Care
  • Mental Health
  • Intermediate Care
  • Integration

Read more about Better Care Wolverhampton on the City of Wolverhampton Council's website

If you have any further questions once you have visited the above page please email

Privacy Notice:The Better Care Wolverhampton Programme aims to deliver and improve seamless care for patients and service users. To enable us to do this, some information will be shared between City of Wolverhampton Council, Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group, Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust and Black Country Partnership Foundation NHS Trust. If you do not wish your information to be shared please contact


Latest News

Wolverhampton performs well as number of patient delays in hospital falls by 70%

19 July 2019 full article can be read by clicking here

The number of hospital beds in Wolverhampton occupied by patients who are well enough to be discharged home has fallen to its lowest level in many years.

Latest data shows that delayed transfers of care – often referred to in the media as ‘bed blocking’ – have fallen by over 70% in Wolverhampton in the last 24 months. 


Wolverhampton brings health and social care under one roof

14 February 2019

Health and social care services in Wolverhampton have brought more than 60 front-line staff together into a single office as part of a bigger programme to develop community neighbourhood teams across the city. The new multi-disciplinary ‘team’ includes district nurses, community matrons and social workers. Housing, mental health and social prescribing staff will also work with them at their offices at Wolverhampton Science Park.Community Hub Wolves 2

‘The immediate advantage of bringing health and social care professionals together will be the face-to-face conversations they can have around the patients and families they are supporting. It will enable us, as a CCG, to ensure our population receives the right interventions at the right time,’ said Steven Marshall Director of Strategy and Transformation at Wolverhampton CCG.


Wolverhampton Better Care Fund Partners Shortlisted for a Nursing Times Award

09 July 2018, full article can be read by clicking here

Congratulations to Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, the Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, City of Wolverhampton Council and Housing partners who, as part of the Better Care Fund (BCF), have been shortlisted for a Nursing Times Award in the Technology and Data in the Nursing category.


Fibonacci improvements to boost mental health care in Wolverhampton

05 June 2018, full article can be read by clicking here

Health and Social Care services in Wolverhampton have been given a boost after the successful integration of a mental health feed into the existing online data-sharing system, Fibonacci. It will help Community Multi-Disciplinary Teams, such as district nurses, social workers and community matrons, have access to more information about their patients, meaning they can create a more co-ordinated health plan and improve care for patients.


Wolverhampton patients benefit from pioneering technology

20 March 2018, full article can be read by clicking here

Patients in Wolverhampton that are at a higher risk of being admitted to hospital are now benefiting from a more joined up way of working by health and social care teams thanks to a breakthrough online data-sharing system. The initiative has been funded through the Better Care Fund programme, a national programme which has been created to provide targeted people with ‘wraparound’ fully integrated health and social care, resulting in an improved experience and better quality of life.