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Working with Stakeholders

Stakeholders are people, groups or organisations who have an interest in, or can be affected by the CCG's work, like County Councils and District Councils. To deliver our vision and our strategic objectives, we are working closely with our stakeholders to make sure we engage them fully in our work at every level.

We do this through our System Leadership Partnership (SLP), which has representatives from across the system from health and social care, plus patient representatives and voluntary groups; we are working on local integration. We expect that this group will become our own local Health and Wellbeing Board, one of the requirements of the new NHS under the recent legislation. One of our main areas of work will be with Public Health, looking at obesity and smoking, two major challenges in our patch.

We also sit on the two Health and Wellbeing Boards for Norfolk and Suffolk. These are forums where key leaders from the health and care system work together to improve the health and wellbeing of their local population and reduce health inequalities. Board members will collaborate to understand their local community’s needs, agree priorities and encourage commissioners to work in a more joined up way. As a result, patients and the public should experience more joined-up services from the NHS and local councils in the future.

Health and Wellbeing Boards are a key part of broader plans to modernise the NHS to:

The Boards will help give communities a greater say in understanding and addressing their local health and social care needs.

What will they do?

For more information on the Health and Wellbeing Boards see below:

Norfolk Health and Wellbeing Board

Suffolk Health and Wellbeing Board

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1 Common Lane North
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