An Integrated Care System (ICS) for Gloucestershire

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Working better together for you and your family

You may well have heard that the Health and Care Bill has now been presented in the Houses of Parliament and continues its legislative journey.

If voted through, it will pave the way for the creation of a new statutory ICS NHS Body (Integrated Care Board) for Gloucestershire to come into being on 1 July 2022.

Developing our ICS priorities

We are launching an initial engagement exercise with a wide range of community partners, local people and communities to:

  • develop One Gloucestershire ICS priorities - supporting the future direction of both the proposed NHS Gloucestershire Integrated Care Board (to be known as ‘NHS Gloucestershire’) and the Integrated Care Partnership (to be known as the ‘One Gloucestershire Health and Wellbeing Partnership’) and;
  • inform our future Working with People and Communities Strategy and discover how people would like to get involved in the work of the ICS going forward.

Working together, we want to learn from the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges of today, continue to transform health and care services for tomorrow based on local needs and shared priorities and improve the county’s health over the longer term.


We can only do this effectively if local people and communities are involved and at the heart of our approach to developing priorities and plans and we truly understand what matters to them. Listen to Dame Gill Morgan's invitation to get involved.


To support conversations, we have developed a short guide which sets out our early thinking and also helps people to find out more about NHS Gloucestershire and the One Gloucestershire Health and Wellbeing Partnership. Take a look at our short films which tell you about some of the exciting initiatives we are supporting in Gloucestershire.


Please read the guide and supporting information on the right and share your views via the links below. If you want to find out more, our NHS Information Bus will be out and about over the coming weeks – please drop in and have a chat.


Working better together for you and your family

You may well have heard that the Health and Care Bill has now been presented in the Houses of Parliament and continues its legislative journey.

If voted through, it will pave the way for the creation of a new statutory ICS NHS Body (Integrated Care Board) for Gloucestershire to come into being on 1 July 2022.

Developing our ICS priorities

We are launching an initial engagement exercise with a wide range of community partners, local people and communities to:

  • develop One Gloucestershire ICS priorities - supporting the future direction of both the proposed NHS Gloucestershire Integrated Care Board (to be known as ‘NHS Gloucestershire’) and the Integrated Care Partnership (to be known as the ‘One Gloucestershire Health and Wellbeing Partnership’) and;
  • inform our future Working with People and Communities Strategy and discover how people would like to get involved in the work of the ICS going forward.

Working together, we want to learn from the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges of today, continue to transform health and care services for tomorrow based on local needs and shared priorities and improve the county’s health over the longer term.


We can only do this effectively if local people and communities are involved and at the heart of our approach to developing priorities and plans and we truly understand what matters to them. Listen to Dame Gill Morgan's invitation to get involved.


To support conversations, we have developed a short guide which sets out our early thinking and also helps people to find out more about NHS Gloucestershire and the One Gloucestershire Health and Wellbeing Partnership. Take a look at our short films which tell you about some of the exciting initiatives we are supporting in Gloucestershire.


Please read the guide and supporting information on the right and share your views via the links below. If you want to find out more, our NHS Information Bus will be out and about over the coming weeks – please drop in and have a chat.


  • To support conversations, we have developed a short guide which sets out our early thinking and further information about NHS Gloucestershire and the One Gloucestershire Health and Wellbeing Partnership.  


    Please take a look at the information provided and share your views.    You can use this online survey, contact us via email or by writing to FREEPOST RRYY-KSGT-AGBR, Get Involved in Gloucestershire, Sanger House, 5220 Valiant Court, Gloucester Business Park, Gloucester GL3 4FE



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