The NHS Long Term Plan, published in January 2019, sets out a 10-year programme that aims to improve health and care for local people so that people can get the right care, in the right place, at the right time.
North Central London Clinical Commissioning Groups (NCL CCGs) – made up of Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington – are working with local authorities, health and social care providers, and residents to plan how we can deliver the aims of the NHS Long Term Plan locally.
A crucial part of this is to gather the views of service users and residents living in the area, as well as people working within the local health and care system. To gather local views, a survey has been launched.
North Central London CCGs Programme Director Richard Dale said: “Our collective aim is to have the greatest positive impact for the health and lives of North Central London residents.
“We have been working with local people through the NCL Sustainability and Transformation Partnership for several years about joining up care across north central London. This is the latest opportunity for local people – residents, service users and also people working across local health and care services – to tell us what is working well and where improvements could be made.”
Responses to the survey and also feedback gathered at various meetings and events locally will also help us ensure that these local views inform a London-wide plan, London Vision, being developed at the moment by the Mayor, London NHS and Councils, and Public Health England to agree priorities and set goals on some issues that only a partnership at a London-wide level can address.
Have your say: You can complete the survey here.
Find out more about the NHS Long Term Plan and what this means locally.