We work across organisational boundaries and sectors and collaborates with a vast range of public, private and third sector organisations in the health and social care arena.

We are able to connect services across the health and social care sector, including GPs, hospitals, specialist providers, voluntary and community groups and university research teams.

Our partners include:

Integrated Care aims to ‘join up’ health and social care to meet the needs of an ageing population and transform the way that care is provided for people with long-term conditions, enabling people with complex needs to live healthier, fulfilling and independent lives.

We are working with NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group, Nottingham City Council, Nottingham University Hospitals and Nottinghamshire Healthcare, private providers, clinicians and the voluntary sector to transform the health and social care system.

The Integrated Care programme aims to empower people with long-term conditions, including the frail elderly, to feel sufficiently supported to live independently in their own homes for longer, with less reliance on intensive care packages. It engages and enables primary care clinicians and health and social care professionals to deliver the right care at the right time in a joined-up approach. For more information on the Integrated Care programme, visit the Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group website.

The Greater Nottingham Transformation Partnership is working to find new ways to better join up health and social care in our area. The partnership is made up of all the organisations responsible for health and care in Greater Nottingham: the NHS, local councils and other healthcare providers.

All of our work is guided by trying to improve health and care for people in Greater Nottingham:
We want everyone to lead happy, healthy lives and be able to stay independent and well
When people need help, advice or support, they should easily be able to find out how and where to get it

Help and support should be more joined up across health and social care, and be delivered closer to home, with hospitals only for those who need to be there

It is being coordinated by the Greater Nottingham Transformation Partnership Board – which has representatives from every NHS and local authority in our area, as well as citizen and patient groups such as Healthwatch and the Greater Nottingham Citizens' Advisory Group. Eventually, we hope this work will join up health and social care into an accountable care system.

To find out more, visit the website www.GreaterNottinghamTransformation.co.uk.
This work is part of the wider Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership: www.stpnotts.org.uk.

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP)

A draft five-year plan for the future of health and social care in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire has been developed. The plan considers how we can best improve the quality of care, the health and wellbeing of local people, and the finances of local services. This plan is a live document and will continue to evolve.

Available here are the full Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, the plan’s executive summary, and a summary guide.

The following documents are also available with annexes at: bit.ly/NottsSTP
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire STP Documents:

STP Summary Guide
STP Executive Summary
STP Full Plan

STP Event Feedback

The Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership has published a summary and full report on the feedback received on its five-year plan for health and social care - available to view below or download at www.stpnotts.org.uk/news/publication-of-feedback.
The draft Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) was published in November 2016. Since then, the Partnership has been seeking and listening to the views of local people, staff and stakeholders through meetings, events and written feedback. 

A total of 395 people attended the four public events held in January and February this year. In addition, 80 representatives from the voluntary and community sector came together for an engagement event for those working in organisations that support local people alongside mainstream health and social care services. Written feedback from 69 respondents was also received via email and an online survey.

All documents relating to the STP and the feedback received are available on the STP website at www.stpnotts.org.uk. To request printed copies or alternative formats please contact: STP Office, County Hall, Loughborough Road, Nottingham, NG2 7QP or e-mail: stp@nottscc.gov.uk  or call: 0115 977 3577

Feedback documents:
STP Feedback Summary
STP Full Feedback Report