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We support people to lead independent, healthy lives

We support people to lead independent, healthy lives

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Specialists in Community Health and Care


Livewell Southwest is an independent, award winning social enterprise providing integrated health and social care services for people across Plymouth, South Hams and West Devon, as well as some specialist services for people living in parts of Devon and Cornwall. We are at the forefront of integrating health and social care, which means that we care for people in new ways that are more efficient, with health and social care professionals who would have previously worked in individual teams now working together. This helps us to deliver the right care for people, in the right place and at the right time.

You will find our teams in community hospitals, GP practices, sports centres, health and wellbeing hubs, at community events and even at football matches.

In 2019 Livewell Southwest was inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and received a rating of ‘good’ overall. Our mental health inpatient unit (Glenbourne) and our community learning disabilities team received an exceptional rating of ‘outstanding’.

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Our Performance

Livewell Southwest constantly monitors the services it provides to ensure we are delivering the right care and support to people, at the right time, and in the right place. We have used this information to produce a simple snapshot of our performance. To take a look at our performance in September, click here.

Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) access and recovery standards data continues to be collected and reported to Devon Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). Due to a pause on the publication of this date because of COVID-19, the data is not currently on our website.

Our Mission

Our mission is to support people to stay well in the place and the community in which they live, where they can enjoy the best quality of life.

Wellbeing Is Our Priority

Wellbeing is our priority: healthy people and healthy communities are vital and our long term investment priority.

Our Commitment

Our commitment is to implement new ways of working to significantly reduce the need for hospital bed-based care, including people with complex needs, by wrapping our services around home and community-based care.

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of service users would recommend our services, based on respondents in September 2021

Latest News


Have your say on our Carer’s Policy

Have your say on our Carer’s Policy

As the community health and social care provider in Plymouth (as well as providing some services in South Hams and West Devon), we provide services as diverse as the Glenbourne acute psychiatric unit, district nursing services, health visiting, community mental health...

Update to our visiting guidance

Update to our visiting guidance

Due to increased cases of COVID nationally, we have reviewed our visiting guidance to ensure we can keep the people we care for as safe as possible. We are limiting visitors to one per patient, for one hour, once a day. Anyone showing symptoms of coronavirus should...

Success for Livewell as new Early Help Partnership launched

Success for Livewell as new Early Help Partnership launched

An exciting new ten-year partnership to help Plymouth families receive early help and support in their communities has launched this month. Livewell Southwest, in partnership with Action for Children, LARK Children’s Centre, Harbour Centre and Hamoaze House have...

Have your say on our Carer’s Policy

Have your say on our Carer’s Policy

As the community health and social care provider in Plymouth (as well as providing some services in South Hams and West Devon), we provide services as diverse as the Glenbourne acute psychiatric unit, district nursing services, health visiting, community mental health...

Update to our visiting guidance

Update to our visiting guidance

Due to increased cases of COVID nationally, we have reviewed our visiting guidance to ensure we can keep the people we care for as safe as possible. We are limiting visitors to one per patient, for one hour, once a day. Anyone showing symptoms of coronavirus should...

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