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What is an Integrated Care System?

We bring the NHS, local councils and the community together to plan and deliver joined up health and care services.

How our work is improving care in South West London

A paediatric consultant and a GP at a Together clinic in Wandsworth

Bringing children’s care closer to home Together

Special paediatric clinics in GP practices across Wandsworth are speeding up treatment, reducing follow-up appointments and keeping care close to home.

Two women taking a selfie on a mobile phone

Building digital confidence in Merton

A new film is helping people with a learning disability and autism learn how the internet and tech can support them in everyday life.

A groupf of people posing with their certificates from the Diabetes for South Asians course

Diabetes support for South Asian people in Croydon

More than 800 adults are diagnosed with diabetes in Croydon each year, with South Asian and Black African and Caribbean people two to four times more likely to develop the condition.

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Improving health and care services for people in South West London

Health, care and voluntary sector leaders from across South West London tell us how the South West London Integrated Care System will improve services for local people, and the opportunities partnership working creates for staff.

Millie Banerjee, Chair of South West London Integrated Care System – What are you ambitions for South West London ICS.

“In South West London we start from a very good place, because we perform well, we work well with our partners, and we have a great reputation in. What I would like us to be is the best ICS in the country? I say that because we start from a good place, we’re a reasonable size so we can only get better. Good to better is the motto I think, good to excellent. Also, I think, to be honest, we can prove the ICS model. We can show how it works, collaboratively but with laser like focus on the patient and the citizens and their needs. So I’m very optimistic that the ICS, with the way we’ve set it up and the people we have, can make those things happen.”