The Health and Wellbeing Board is a collaboration between Bromley Council and various partner agencies whose role is to understand their local community’s needs, agree priorities and encourage commissioners to work in a more joined up way. As a result, patients and the public should experience more joined-up services from the NHS and local councils in the future.
Health and wellbeing boards are a key part of broader plans to modernise the NHS to:
- ensure stronger democratic legitimacy and involvement,
- strengthen working relationships between health and social care,
- encourage the development of more integrated commissioning of services.
The Board brings together Bromley Councillors, GP’s, Public Health, the Clinical Commissioning Group and the Voluntary Sector.
In accordance with the Council’s Constitution, members of the public may submit one question each on matters relating to the work of the Committee. Questions must have been received in writing 10 working days before the date of the meeting. The deadlines are expected to be:
Meeting on 16th November 2023: 5pm on Thursday 2nd November 2023
Meeting on 1st February 2024: 5pm on Thursday 18th January 2024
Meeting on 18th April March 2024: 5pm on Thursday 4th April 2024
Questions seeking clarification of the details of a report on the agenda may be accepted within two working days of the normal publication date of the agenda. The deadline is given on each agenda.
At special meetings, only questions relating to reports on the agenda are taken.
Support officer: Jo Partridge. 020 8461 7694