York Health and Care Partnership
About the Partnership
What changes have happened?
From 1 July 2022, Integrated Care Systems were established across England on a statutory basis.
Integrated care systems (ICSs) are partnerships of organisations that come together to plan and deliver joined-up health and care services, and to improve the lives of people who live and work in their area.
The Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership is the Integrated Care System which plans healthcare in our region. Within this partnership, York sits as one of six ‘places’. You can find out more about the Humber and North Yorkshire Partnership here.
In York, our Place Partnership is called the York Health and Care Partnership.
The York Health and Care Partnership brings together partners across health and care to deliver improvements in experience and outcomes for York's citizens.
The purpose of York Health and Care Partnership is to reduce health inequalities and increase healthy years lived for people in York, by working together to address the determinants of health. We want to improve the lives lived by York citizens by providing the right support at the right time, to ensure everyone can have a happy and healthy life in York.
- City of York Council
- St Leonards Hospice
- Tees, Esk & Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
- York Health and Care Partnership - York Place
- York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
- York Community & Voluntary Services
- York Health and Care Collaborative
- Ebor Academy Trust
- University of York
This document has been written at the start of a new stage for York’s health and care system. It describes the state of that system in 2022, the changes we are currently putting in place, and what people have told us they would like to see in future years.
The York Health and Care Partnership reports to Humber and North Yorkshire Integrated Care Board and aligns with the City of York's Health and Wellbeing Board as a key delivery partner in the York Health and Wellbeing Strategy.
These structures will develop as we receive guidance from the Integrated Care Board and as we mature as a Place-Based Partnership.
- Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy
- Humber & North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership
- York Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
- Population Health Hub