Integrated Community Team

About the Service

The Integrated Community Team (ICT) is a diverse group of professionals who come with a wide background of experience. The team consists of community nurses, community matrons, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, specialist palliative care nurses, mental health nurses and health care and rehabilitation assistants. They provide care primarily to patients who are housebound and need to be seen in their own homes including residential and nursing homes. Example of care the Team deliver:

The Integrated Community Team service is from 8am to 10pm, every day of the year, including Bank Holidays.

The Integrated Community Service is county wide, divided into locality teams covering geographic areas. In Herts Valleys, ICT is now known as Community Adult Health Services (CAHS).

Please note: A patient can self-refer within 3 months of being discharged from our service.

Integrated Community Team Service information poster

Contact the service

For the following areas:

Referrals to this service are managed by the HCT-led East & North Herts Referral Hub which is open from 8am to 8pm seven days a week. If you are a GP wanting to make a referral, please call 0300 123 7571 and select the option ‘For professionals’ to ensure your call is taken as soon as possible. Calls received between 8pm and 10pm will be diverted to locality teams.

Bishop’s Stortford (Bishop’s Stortford, Sawbridgeworth)
Tel:  01279 827503
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How the Service is provided

Who is eligible for this Service

What will happen at your appointment

Making a referral

Patient Experience