The Suffolk Health and Wellbeing Board was established in accordance with the Health and Social Care Act 2012. The Board has a duty to "encourage integrated working" between health, care, police and other public services in order to improve wellbeing outcomes for Suffolk. It is responsible for delivery of the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment and the county's Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy.
- You can view the 2019-2022 refresh of the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWS)
- An e-dashboard of indicators has been produced to support the Joint Health and Wellbeing strategy. View the JHWS e-dashboard
Previous versions are available here:
- 2016-2019 refresh: Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy for 2016-2019
- The original strategy: Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy
The Suffolk Health and Wellbeing Board has 21 members in total, comprising members and officers from the County Council, local clinical commissioning groups, NHS England, HealthWatch, the police, the voluntary sector and district and borough councils.
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Chairman's Video blog
The Health and Wellbeing Board meets every 2 months. Following each meeting, the Chairman of the Health and Wellbeing Board will share an update and reflection on the meeting and the topics discussed.
View the latest video blog, 10 March 2022: