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Throughout the consultation, our aim is to increase understanding of the issues which underpin the need for change and also to demonstrate how we have drawn on the good practice which already exists in different parts of South Devon and Torbay in reaching our proposals which aim to improve services and get most value from the finite budget we control.

This page contains some short videos which look at different aspects of the care model and how it is working in parts of the area. The video features hospital doctors and GPs, nurses, and therapy staff who work locally, as well as some patients.

Local healthcare professionals from Dawlish and Teignmouth talk about the changes that have happened in the local community and how the new model of care and integrated working is being implemented.

Local healthcare professionals talk about what intermediate care is and how it allows patients to be supported and receive care at home and in the community. Some patient stories, illustrating how it works, are available here.

Hiblio talks to Dr Nick Roberts, chief clinical officer at the CCG, and Mairead McAlinden, chief executive at TSDFT, about the proposals to re-shape community health services in South Devon and Torbay and how to get involved.

Local MIU staff and other healthcare professionals talk about the services Minor Injuries Units provide, the challenges the current system faces and how patients can benefit from an effective MIU.

​A short animation that details the problems currently facing our health service and why we need to change the current model of care to cope with the increasing demand of an aging population.