Who is involved?
Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria is a partnership of a wide range of organisations across health and care.
Organisations are working together in five areas across Lancashire and South Cumbria, carrying out vital work around the future of health and social care in their area. These five areas are called Integrated Care Partnerships. These partnerships are also coming together to tackle challenges that can only be solved by working together in their partnership or across the wider region of Lancashire and South Cumbria.
Health and care organisations include local authorities, care providers, NHS and community organisations.
Groups and committees form a key part of the Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria programme which make sure that system leaders, clinicians, finance directors, third sector and communications and engagement teams are involved in the development of solutions to tackle our shared challenges.
There are many organisations working together, including those from the voluntary, community and faith sector.
As priorities and areas of work develop, we will ensure that members of the public are involved and solutions are co-produced with communities.
How are these organisations working together?
Below are the Integrated Care Partnership areas with the organisations specific to geographical areas. A number of organisations work across all or some of the Integrated Care Partnerships such as Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust and Lancashire County Council.