Population: circa 1.7 million
Find out more about Lancashire and South Cumbria sustainability and transformation partnership (STP) including details of its population size, constituent organisations and priorities. This partnership is developing into an integrated care system.
- A strong focus on population health, mobilising community assets to enable people to stay well for longer and have greater control over their health and wellbeing.
- Mobilising technologies to reduce demand on services, as well as supporting self-care and prevention of ill health.
- A clear focus on improving health and wellbeing outcomes for the Lancashire and South Cumbria population.
- Making best use of resources to ensure delivery of quality outcomes and value for money.
- Improving and extending community and primary care services.
- Facilitating local health systems to progress to accountable care systems, focusing on the Fylde Coast initially, and quickly spreading across the wider STP.
- A focus on holding the system to account for delivery of national clinical priorities.
- Developing and implementing an integrated health and care strategic commissioning function.
Which area does the STP cover?
The following map shows the area that Lancashire and South Cumbria STP covers:
The following organisations are part of Lancashire and South Cumbria STP. For individual contact details for these organisations, please see the NHS website.
- Blackburn with Darwen Council
- Blackburn with Darwen CCG
- Blackpool CCG
- Blackpool Council
- Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Chorley and South Ribble CCG
- Cumbria County Council
- Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
- East Lancashire CCG
- East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
- Fylde and Wyre CCG
- Greater Preston CCG
- Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust
- Lancashire County Council
- Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Morecambe Bay CCG
- NHS England
- North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust
- University Hospitals Of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust
- West Lancashire CCG