We are a partnership of primary care, hospital, social care, mental health and voluntary and community health and care services. We plan and deliver joined up services to improve access and quality and to reduce health inequalities.
Integrated care is about giving people the support they need, joined up across the NHS, local councils and community partners.
Our ICB decides how the NHS budget for South West London is spent and develops a plan to improve people’s health, deliver higher quality care and better value for money.
Our Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) brings the NHS together with other key partners like local authorities to develop a strategy to enable the ICS to improve health and wellbeing.
Our providers deliver a range of health and care services across South West London, including hospital, mental health and community services.
Primary Care Networks (PCNs) bring GP practices together with community, mental health, social care, pharmacy, hospital services in their local areas.
The six local authorities in South West London play a vital role in improving health and wellbeing outcomes and in reducing health inequalities.
Many voluntary and community services are already working seamlessly alongside health and care services in South West London.
Healthwatch is your local health and social care champion, working with the NHS and local authorities to improve care.
Our publications library, including local health and care plans for each of our six places in South West London.
Learn about different careers in health and care, apply for a job or find out about apprenticeships and learning opportunities in South West London.