Transforming health services for homeless people.

Pathway has developed a simple and successful model of enhanced care co-ordination for homeless people admitted to hospital

Pathway Overview

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Who we are

Pathway’s aim is to transform the health outcomes for homeless people.

The Charity

Pathway Hospital Teams

The Pathway model is being adopted within various hospitals across the UK.

Hospital Teams

The Faculty

The Faculty is a multi-disciplinary network focussed on healthcare for homeless people.

The Faculty

How you can help

With your help we can continue to change the lives of the patients whom we treat.

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Stories: A Pathway model success

The following short patient stories are based on composites of real patients seen by Pathway's hospital teams across the country

Eddy, 40

Eddy has had prolonged treatment in intensive care for alcoholic cardiomyopathy, liver and renal failure. He accepts the need to stay off drugs and alcohol.

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Vince, 59

A self employed electrician for 40 years, Vince has no family or savings and lived in B&B. Once out of work he rapidly became unable to pay for a room and took an overdose in despair.

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Sue, 33

Sue has a long standing heroin dependency with groin injecting and alcohol dependency. She was admitted with a chronic leg ulcer and a bleeding duodenal ulcer.

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