Planned care is often known as elective care. People on a planned care pathway are likely to start their journey with a visit to a health professional in primary care, most commonly their GP. Together they will make a decision about possible options and discuss whether a referral to another service is needed. This may include whether having a diagnostic test such as a scan or x-ray is indicated.
When a referral is made, the appointment may take place in a hospital setting but there are also a number of providers in the community. Pathways for may take place on an urgent or routine basis but not as an emergency.
There are lots of specialities that come under the remit of planned care including:
ear, nose and throat
trauma and orthopaedics
Planned care team purpose
The team are responsible for commissioning the planned care services in your area. They work closely with our providers, GP members and people who live in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly to understand what they want from services and how this can be delivered in a cost effective way.
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