Community treatment team
The community treatment team (CTT) works with adults in the community with an acute physical need who could potentially be treated at home, rather than attend accident and emergency (A&E). The aim of the service is to prevent unnecessary hospital admissions for those people who are experiencing an acute, physical health crisis, for example: exacerbation of infections or worsening of long term conditions such as COPD and falls without injuries.
The service consists of doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, social workers and physiotherapists who work with primary care, community services and healthcare partners at Queen's and King George's Hospitals so that people can receive medical, nursing and therapy interventions in their own homes wherever possible, without need for hospital admission. The team also have staff based within the accident and emergency (A&E) department at Queen's Hospital who carry out social and functional assessments and can facilitate appropriate support and follow up in a home environment.
Community treatment team patient information
Contact our service
The service is provided to residents of Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge
Gray's Court Community Hospital.
John Parker Close
Tel: 0300 300 1660 – Community Treatment Team
Tel: 0300 300 1661 – Community Treatment Team Therapy
Opening times: Daily, 8am - 10pm
The team aims to respond to referrals (face to face and/or by phone) within two hours.
Self referral can be made by patients or through their carers direct to the service. Referrals can also be made via GPs and healthcare professionals direct to the service.