Health and Wellbeing Board

Health and Wellbeing Board is a forum 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.

The Board helps to give communities a greater say in understanding and addressing their local health and social care needs.

Aims

The aims of the Health and Wellbeing Board are to:

  • lead the development of the local authority’s role in integrating the commissioning of health, social care and other services.
  • lead the development of local partnerships for health and social care which share a common view about local need, priorities and service development.
  • ensure the engagement and involvement of local people in the development of the health and social care system locally.
  • work with regional and pan London bodies to ensure that the health and social care needs of local people are understood and taken account of in the commissioning of services at regional and pan London level.

About the Board

Members of the Board include representatives of the Richmond Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS, Healthwatch Richmond, and the local authority.

Find more detailed information about the Board(pdf, 218KB) and how it operates.

To find a membership list of the Board, meetings and event information, go to the Board's Committee Details.

Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy

The Health and Wellbeing Board launched its refreshed Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy for 2016-21 on Wednesday 16 March.

The theme of the strategy is 'prevention and joined up services throughout people's lives to enable all residents to start well, live well, and age well'.

Meetings and events

The Health and Wellbeing Board regularly updates and publishes its annual plan(pdf, 280KB) for public meetings. This included regular Public Listening Events. Read more about the board's Community Engagement Framework(pdf, 121KB).

Contact the Health and Wellbeing Board

For more information about the Health and Wellbeing Board, please contact:

Democratic Services

Telephone: 020 8891 7163
Email: democratic.services@richmond.gov.uk

Updated: 9 August 2016