The Westminster health and wellbeing board is made up of partners from the CCG, adult social services, children's services, public health and Healthwatch Westminster. There are also people on the board who represent the patients and carers, the community and voluntary sector and our local faith groups.
The health and wellbeing board members work together to improve the health and wellbeing of Westminster’s population.
The health and wellbeing board was established as part of the government's changes to the health and social care system, as outlined in the Health and Social Care Act 2012. It became a statutory committee of the London Borough of Westminster on 1 April 2013.
This partnership will drive innovation around the chosen priority areas of the joint health and wellbeing strategy, identify opportunities for collaboration and integration across agencies, and develop direct links to service users and patients.
The board has a duty to produce a joint health and wellbeing strategy, which contains priorities for action for Westminster.
You can find out more about the health and wellbeing board on the Westminster City Council website.
The Westminster Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy can be found here.
The Westminster Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy Evidence Based Document can be found here.
There is currently a consultation on the future of health and wellbeing services in Westminster. Find out more here.