Health and Care take the lead on our responsibilities concerning Adult Social care and Public Health. Collaboration is at the heart of our approach, both within the council and with our partners, as we strive to enhance and safeguard the well-being of the people in Staffordshire. Actively involving and empowering our communities is crucial to supporting our efforts in providing assistance to all residents who are elderly or vulnerable adults.
Individual inquiries and concerns receive swift attention, ensuring that older and vulnerable adults receive the care they require and are kept safe from harm. We actively manage the care and support market to ensure its availability where needed and that it is affordable for our residents.
We offer our colleagues the opportunity to develop their skills and showcase best practices in care. If you’re passionate about delivering exceptional care, you’ve come to the right place!
We have key areas within Health and Care which are:
- Adult Social Care and Safeguarding
- Care Commissioning
- Care and Support provided by Staffordshire County Council
- Public Health
Meet some of the Health and Care team
Why work in Health and Care?
Wherever you are in your career journey, there are many different roles across Health and Care where you can bring your transferable skills and have a positive impact.
So, if you’re passionate about making a difference to someone’s life and resilient in the face of a challenge come and join our team!
Our Vision for Health and Care
To be strength based in our support to both our communities and our workforce. Living up to our motto –
“Your Life, Your Strengths, Your Goals”
To get to know more about the different teams in health and care and how they support Staffordshire County Council take a look below.
We are committed to working collaboratively with partners from across the independent, private sector across Staffordshire to build a more resilient care sector that enables more effective recruitment and retention in adults’ social care based on person-centred and innovative ways of working.
That is why we are supporting the ‘Valuing Careers in Care’ Social Care Workforce Strategy for Staffordshire. More detail about this can be found on the Valuing Social Care in Staffs website.
The Director for Health and Care, Dr Richard Harling, works with Elected Members and public, private and third sector partners and communities to harness the county’s resources to deliver improved health, prosperity and happiness for local people and communities. He has full leadership accountability for the transformation and delivery of business plans for Adults Social Services and Public Health across Staffordshire.
For more information about Dr Richard Harling, Director of Health Care, and his Leadership Team, visit Dr Richard Harling’s page on our website.
Working in partnership with Midlands Partnership Foundation Trust
Here at Staffordshire we work in partnership with Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust to support our residents across Staffordshire.
MPFT provide physical and mental health care, learning disability, and adult social care services across Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent, Shropshire, and Telford & Wrekin. In addition, they provide services on a wider regional and national basis including perinatal, eating disorders, and forensic services. They also deliver out-of-area sexual health services, and our Inclusion service offers psychological and drug & alcohol services, in the community, and in prisons.
Get to know about the different teams that work across health and care:
Explore exciting career opportunities within Staffordshire County Council.