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South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ICS - Draft 5 Year Plan

South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Integrated Care System (ICS) – which is the partnership of all the organisations responsible for health and care services in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw – has unveiled its draft priorities for the next five years and is seeking feedback on the proposals.

Sir Andrew Cash, Chief Executive of the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ICS, unveiled the draft plan earlier this week and is asking people - including patients, staff and other stakeholders – to share their views on the draft and highlight any other areas they feel should be taken into consideration.

Sir Andrew said: “I’m delighted to be outlining our new, draft, five-year plan. "This plan recommits our ambition for everyone in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw to have a great start in life, supporting them to be healthy and live longer while aiming to be the best delivery and transformation system in the country.  It’s important that we listen to the people who use health and care services, so we are asking members of the public, patient groups and other partners and stakeholders to share their feedback with us.

“We want to know if they think we have got our key priorities right and also whether they think we have missed anything.”

"We want to ensure that everyone living within South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw has the best possible start in life with support to be healthy and live well for longer.”

To view the full South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ICS Strategic Plan 2019 to 2024, click here.

Submissions should be made to: helloworkingtogether@nhs.net by Wednesday, October 23 2019.

A copy of the engagement report compiled by the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Healthwatches that informed the development of the SYB ICS Strategic Plan can be accessed here  

To find out more about the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ICS please click here