Nottingham and Nottinghamshire – ‘advanced’ in their five year planning for health and social care

NHS England has today announced new ratings for the Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships in England. 

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, one of 44 STPs nationally has been given an overall rating of ‘advanced’ against a number of criteria including financial health, indicators of prevention and integration, and system-wide leadership.

David Pearson, STP lead for Nottinghamshire, said:  "This is a welcome indication of the progress we have made locally over the last year.

“Our plan involves partners working across organisations across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire to drive innovation, integration and make the best use of the public purse.  

“We want to support local people to stay well, healthy and independent as more of us live longer.  This means joining up physical and mental health services with social care support and giving people the information and encouragement they need to manage their health day-to-day.

“Helping people to stay healthy for as long as possible, as well as delivering the right services, in the right place at the right time will help us to get the very best value for the resources we have available and make public services more sustainable in years to come."

All documents relating to the STP and the feedback received from members of the public and key stakeholders are available on the STP website

To request printed copies or alternative formats please contact:

STP Office
County Hall
Loughborough Road


Phone: 0115 977 357

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21 July 2017