Cambridgeshire & Peterborough ICS works with a wide range of organisations and is based on a shared vision to improve the health and wellbeing of our local people. The benefit of an ICS is that it will bring these organisations closer together than ever before working in an integrated way to improve care for our local people.
Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise organisations
A brilliant range of Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise organisations, including but not limited to:
- Healthwatch Cambridgeshire
- Healthwatch Peterborough
- The SUN Network
- Cambridgeshire Community Foundation
- Hunts Forum
- Cambridge Council for Voluntary Service
- Peterborough Council for Voluntary Services
Local Authorities and District Councils
Two upper tier Local Authorities:
Five District Councils:
- Cambridge City Council
- East Cambridgeshire District Council
- Fenland District Council
- Huntingdonshire District Council
- South Cambridgeshire District Council
Mayoral Combined Authority:
Three hospital providers:
- Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust
- Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
One community provider:
One community services and mental health provider:
Other vital providers:
In addition to NHS organisations and providers, Local Authorities, and Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector organisations, we work with local people, patients, service user and carer groups, education providers, research organisations, the Combined Authority, industry and a range of others.
Local people and communities are at the heart of everything we do, with a focus on delivering health and care as close to people’s homes as possible.
Our ICS is responsible for how health and care are planned, paid for and delivered across all of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. It is made up of two core elements – Integrated Care Partnerships (ICPs) and Integrated Care Boards (ICBs).
Sitting underneath our ICB, are five teams - that we call Accountable Business Units (ABUs). These teams, shown below, will take the integrated care even closer to the local population or particular groups of patients: