Our Integrated Care Partnership

“The ICP will be the ‘guiding mind’ of the health and care system, providing a forum for NHS leaders and Local Authorities to come together with important stakeholders from across the system and community.”

The Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) is a statutory committee jointly formed between the NHS Integrated Care Board and all upper-tier local authorities that fall within the ICS area. The ICP will bring together a broad alliance of partners concerned with improving the care, health and wellbeing of the population, with membership determined locally. The ICP is responsible for producing an integrated care strategy on how to meet the health and wellbeing needs of the population in the ICS area.

ICPs will be a critical part of ICSs and the journey towards better health and care outcomes for the people they serve. ICPs will provide a forum for NHS leaders and LAs to come together with important stakeholders from across the system and community. Together, the ICP will generate an integrated care strategy and outcomes framework to improve health and care outcomes and experiences for its populations, for which all partners will be accountable.

The Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) brings together NHS, social care, and independent and third sector providers to agree the strategy and direction for the Integrated Care System as a whole.

The first meeting of the Integrated Care Partnership will be taking place on the 16 September 2022.

Initially the ICP will be chaired by the ICB Chair, Dr Kathy McLean supported by two Vice-Chairs. The Chairs of the Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County Health and Wellbeing Boards will act as joint Vice-Chairs of the ICP.

These are:

Councillor John Doddy, Chair of the Nottinghamshire Health and Wellbeing Board

Councillor Adele Williams, Chair of the Nottingham Health and Wellbeing Board

For further information please contact: nnicb-nn.comms@nhs.net