South West London Investment Fund
Health and care partners from the NHS, local councils, community and voluntary sectors can apply for funding from Monday 2 October 2023
The Proactive Anticipatory Care (PAC) model focusses on a specific group of patients – those with multiple long-term conditions and frailty who are becoming reliant on emergency care as their health deteriorates.
GP practices are expanding their teams of expert healthcare professionals to help people find the best care for improving their wellbeing.
The second biggest London borough, Croydon includes Coulsdon, Purley, South Norwood, Norbury, New Addington and Thornton Heath.
As well as Kingston upon Thames, the borough includes Surbiton, Chessington, Malden Rushett, New Malden and Tolworth.
Merton includes Wimbledon, Mitcham, Morden, Raynes Park, Colliers Wood, Wimbledon Park, South Wimbledon and Eastfields.
Improving health and wellbeing in Richmond, including Barnes, East Sheen, Mortlake, Twickenham, Teddington and Hampton.
Sutton includes Beddington, Belmont, Carshalton, Cheam, Hackbridge, St Helier, Rosehill, Wallington and Worcester Park.
NHS England London and NHS England South East are consulting on proposals for the future location of very specialist cancer treatment services for children.
Maternity and neonatal care
We are working with the South London Local Maternity and Neonatal System (LMNS) to make maternity and neonatal care safer, more personalised and more equitable.
Elective and planned care
We are expanding capacity, prioritising treatment and transforming services so we can provide more elective and planned care in South West London than we did before the pandemic.
Children and young people's mental health and wellbeing
We are adapting our mental health and wellbeing services to give our children and young people the skills to be resilient so they can thrive.
Population health management
Population health management uses historical and current data to understand what factors are driving poor health outcomes in different communities. Understanding these factors helps us to prevent ill health.