The Health and Wellbeing Board brings together key leaders from the health and social care to improve the health and wellbeing of local people. The Board helps to give communities a greater say in understanding and addressing their local health and social care needs.
The Richmond Health and Wellbeing Board is a partnership between Richmond Council, local GPs, Clinical Commissioning Group and Voluntary Sector. Closer working between Richmond Council and local health professionals presents a great opportunity to improve the lives of our residents and promote a healthier borough.
The board was set up as part of the Government's 2012 reorganisation of the health service. It brings together the Council and the Clinical Commissioning Group to agree shared priorities for improving the health and wellbeing of the people of Richmond.
Hear more about the Health and Wellbeing Board and Health and Care Plan:
The focus of the board is to:
It will do this by:
Read more about the board's Community Engagement Framework (pdf, 121KB)
Health and Wellbeing Board meetings and events:
A number of other partners and partnerships work alongside the Health and Wellbeing Board, these include:
For more information about the Richmond Health and Wellbeing Board contact Priya Samuel, Health and Wellbeing Board Partnerships Manager.
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Updated: 18 December 2019