Integrated care in your area

North East and Yorkshire

  • Humber, Coast and ValeHumber, Coast and Vale ICS has a shared vision for local communities. With a population of 1.7 million, Humber, Coast and Vale want residents in the region to have a great start in life and to have the opportunities and support they need to stay healthy and to age well.
  • North East and North CumbriaThe North East and North Cumbria ICS want to build a new integrated health and care system together, using their collective capabilities to create a healthier, happier population. The aim is to keep people living healthily and independently and feeling in control of their own health and wellbeing.
  • South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Integrated Care System: South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ICS serves a population of 1.5 million, in five local Places (Barnsley, Bassetlaw, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield) with the goal for everyone in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw to have the best possible start in life, with support to be healthy and live well, for longer.
  • West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership: West Yorkshire and Harrogate ICS works in partnership with NHS organisations, councils, Healthwatch, charities and the community, voluntary and social enterprise sector to improve the health and wellbeing of the 2.7 million people.

North West

  • Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership: The Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership is well on its way to becoming an ICS, focusing on strengthening collaborative relationships across the system by bringing the NHS, councils and communities together to improve health and care for our population.
  • Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership: The Greater Manchester system is working to improve the health, wealth and wellbeing of the 2.8 million people living here, delivering the greatest and fastest possible improvement to the health and wellbeing of the people of Greater Manchester.
  • Lancashire and South Cumbria: The Lancashire and South Cumbria system covers a region made up of five local areas (Central Lancashire, West Lancashire, Pennine Lancashire, Fylde Coast, and Morecambe Bay) with a population of around 1.8 million, working to invest in health and deliver high quality healthcare.

Midlands

  • Coventry and WarwickshireCoventry and Warwickshire ICS have developed bold transformational plans to deliver the sustainable, safe services that are necessary for local population health and care, and that will reduce the risk of ill health for our citizens.
  • Herefordshire and Worcestershire: Herefordshire and Worcestershire ICS is working closely with partners to continue its commitment to providing the best quality services to communities and patients, furthering development towards a better health and social care system for the population of Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
  • Joined up care Derbyshire: Joined Up Care Derbyshire ICS brings together health and social care organisations across Derbyshire. Working together more closely than ever before, the ambition is to provide the best care and services for people and make them as efficient and effective as possible.
  • Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland: Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland ICS provide health and care services for over a million people in the local area, with everyday services supporting people to stay healthy and lead independent lives, whilst delivering plans to continue to improve care and the patient experience.
  • Lincolnshire: Lincolnshire ICS is committed to involving patients, the public, partners and key stakeholders in the development of future services, identifying priorities and understanding the needs of our population, to shape the transformation of our local health and social care services.
  • Live Healthy Live Happy Birmingham and Solihull: Birmingham and Solihull ICS, known as Live Happy Live Healthy, is a collaboration of public NHS and council social care commissioners and providers working together with partners in the voluntary, community and independent sectors to manage the health and care needs of our population to live long, happy and independent lives.
  • Northamptonshire Health and Care Partnership: Northamptonshire ICS consists of key health and care organisations in the county, committed to working together towards a positive future for community services. By working collaboratively, the partnership is focused on local priorities; improving the quality of care and the health and wellbeing of our community.
  • Nottingham and Nottinghamshire: The aim of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire ICS is to deliver sustainable, joined-up high quality health and social care services that maximise the health and wellbeing of the local population of more than a million, improve the care provided and tackle the growing pressure on budgets.
  • Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin: Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin ICS brings together health and social care organisations across the county, working collaboratively to transform health and care services to deliver world class care which meet current and future needs of the rural and urban populations.
  • The Black Country: The Black Country ICS, known as ‘Healthier Futures’, is working with partners from across 18 local health and social care organisations to transform health and social care locally, focusing on improving the quality of services and placing local people at the centre of their care.
  • Together we’re better – Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent: Together We’re Better is the ICS for Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent in partnership with NHS and local government organisations, alongside independent and voluntary sector groups, working together to transform local health and care to ensure local people have access to high quality, sustainable services for the future.

East of England

  • Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes: By working alongside councils and drawing on the expertise of others such as local charities and community groups, BLMK ICS can help local people to live healthier lives for longer, and to stay out of hospital when they do not need to be there.
  • Cambridgeshire and Peterborough: Cambridgeshire and Peterborough ICS is working with health, social and mental health care providers are working together and taking joint responsibility for improving the local population’s health and wellbeing, outcomes and experiences of care.
  • Hertfordshire and West Essex: Hertfordshire and West Essex ICS, known as ‘A Healthier Future’ will be responsible for setting the strategy and goals for improving health and care in our area, to create a health and care system fit for the future, with transformed services that join up around the people who use them.
  • Mid and South Essex Health and Care PartnershipOrganisations responsible for providing health and care services in mid and south Essex have teamed up to meet the increasing needs of local communities whilst ensuring the services provide the best possible care in the right place when you need it.
  • Norfolk and Waveney Health and Care Partnership: Norfolk and Waveney ICS partnership of local health and care organisations working together to provide services to more than a million people to improve the health, wellbeing and care of people living in Norfolk and Waveney.
  • Suffolk and North East Essex: The vision is for people across Suffolk and North East Essex ICS to live healthier, happier lives by moving beyond individual health and care organisations working alone, to working together in an integrated way because that is the best route to helping people to thrive.

South West

  • Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire: The health and care needs of the local population across B&NES, Swindon and Wiltshire are diverse and B&NES, Swindon and Wiltshire ICS are developing a joint approach that takes this local variation into account, to drive greater efficiency and improvements in quality across the health and care system.
  • Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Health and Care Partnership: The Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Health and Care Partnership programme is founded on collaboration and integration to ensure the local people stay as healthy as possible for as long as possible with community services that everyone can be proud of.
  • Healthier Together Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire: Healthier Together represents a commitment to work together on improving health and care in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. The partnership is about tackling the issues that matter most and finding ways to continue providing safe, high-quality care for generations to come.
  • One Gloucestershire:‘One Gloucestershire’ is the working name given to the ICS partnership between the county’s NHS and care organisations, with the goal of keeping local people healthy, supporting active communities and ensuring high quality, joined up care when needed.
  • Our Dorset: Dorset’s integrated care system, known locally as ‘Our Dorset’ has evolved from years of partnership working to improve services. The ambition is to see every person in Dorset stay healthy for longer and feel more confident and supported in managing their own health.
  • Somerset: Somerset’s ICS plan aims to help bring about lasting change in local services so we can help people to improve their health while making sure they get the best care and treatment when they need it.
  • Together for Devon:Together for Devon is a partnership of organisations who provide health and care services in Devon. Through collaborative working, it aims to transform health and care services so they are clinically, socially and financially sustainable.

South East

  • Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West: Health and social care organisations across Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West (BOB) are working together across the ICS, and with partners beyond the ICS, to commission and provide health and care services to improve the health and wellbeing of the 1.8 million people living in the area.
  • Frimley Health and Care: Frimley Health and Care is a partnership of organisations working together to improve health and care services for the 800,000 people in the local area, with a shared vision for the best use of combined resources to make a positive difference for communities, residents, patients and staff.
  • Hampshire and the Isle of Wight: Hampshire and Isle of Wight ICS focuses its work on developing health and care that can be improved by developing ways local people know how to stay well whilst ensuring safe, high quality, consistent and affordable health and care for our population.
  • Kent and Medway: The Kent and Medway ICS has been set up by local health and care leaders, focusing on how best to encourage and support better health and well-being, and provide improved and sustainable health and care services, for the population of Kent and Medway.
  • Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership: Surrey Heartlands ICS is a partnership of health and care organisations working together – with staff, patients, their carers, families and members of the public – to transform local services and support people to live healthier lives.
  • Sussex Health and Care Partnership: The Sussex Health and Care Partnership ICS takes collective action with NHS organisations and the local councils to improve the health of local people, to improve the quality of health and care services and to ensure we make the most efficient use of our resources.

London

  • North Central London Partners in health and care: There is a collective commitment across North Central London ICS to work with partners including councils, the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), NHS providers and other sectors to challenge these inequalities and create better futures for everyone living in North Central London.
  • North East London Health and Care Partnership: North East London Health and Care Partnership brings together NHS organisations, local authorities, community organisations and local people to ensure our residents can live healthier, happier lives.
  • North West London: The NW London Health and Care Partnership is a collaboration of over 30 organisations, including the NHS, local authorities, voluntary sector and Healthwatch, working together to serve a population of 2.4 million, improve the quality of patient care and health outcomes, while focusing on building an NHS fit for the future.
  • Our Healthier South East London: The South East London integrated care system brings together local health and care organisations and local councils to design care and improve population health, through shared leadership and collective action
  • South West London Health and Care Partnership: South West London ICS has been working collaboratively with NHS providers, local authorities, Healthwatch, and voluntary sector representatives to continue to provide health and care services for people in South West London to Start Well; Live Well; Age Well.