West Suffolk Alliance Info pack for 22 nd

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West Suffolk Alliance Info pack for 22 nd January Lay & Elected Members Workshop

West Suffolk Alliance Info pack for 22 nd January Lay & Elected Members Workshop #Team. West. Suffolk All about people and places

What is the west Suffolk alliance? In September 2016 health and care partners formed

What is the west Suffolk alliance? In September 2016 health and care partners formed the west Suffolk alliance. We have committed to work together to improve the health and care system in west Suffolk for all people whether they be a child, part of a family or a single adult. The alliance has grown and a full list of members is on the next slide. Our belief is that by working together in an alliance we can have an impact on wellbeing, care and physical and mental health outcomes for people. Our focus within the alliance is on people and places. The strategy for our alliance is to move from working as individual organisations towards being a fully integrated single system, with a shared vision, clear local priorities, able to both provide an improved service for people in west Suffolk and also to tackle the sustainability issues faced by the system together.

Who is in the alliance? • • • Abbeycroft Leisure Allied Health Professionals Suffolk

Who is in the alliance? • • • Abbeycroft Leisure Allied Health Professionals Suffolk Babergh District Council Care UK Community Action Suffolk Healthwatch Local Pharmaceutical Committee Mid Suffolk District Council Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust • • Primary Care St Nicholas Hospice Suffolk County Council Suffolk GP Federation Suffolk MIND West Suffolk CCG West Suffolk District Council West Suffolk Foundation Trust

West Suffolk Alliance Priorities - Our commitment is to deliver the following interconnecting ambitions.

West Suffolk Alliance Priorities - Our commitment is to deliver the following interconnecting ambitions. Action on these ambitions is taking us from where we are now to where we want to be in 2023. 1. Strengthening the support for people to stay well and manage their wellbeing and health in their communities Building local integrated working, across all ages and across both physical and mental health. 2. Focusing with individuals on their needs and goals Looking at how we co-ordinate services to help people of all ages keep well, get well and stay well. 3. Changing both the way we work together and how services are configured … … so that health and care services are sustainable into the future and work well for people. 4. Making effective use of resources We will use the West Suffolk pound in the best way locally, reducing duplication and waste. All our organisations face challenging finances and if we work together we can use our resources better. West Suffolk Alliance Strategy 2018 -2023 4

Mildenhall and Brandon PCN Clinical Director = To be Confirmed Locality Lead = Dawn

Mildenhall and Brandon PCN Clinical Director = To be Confirmed Locality Lead = Dawn Godbold Alliance Locality Coordinator = To be confirmed Transformation Rep = Hannah Pont & Juliet Estell Community Health Service Team = Heather Male District Council = Lesley-Ann Keogh & Gemma O’Shea Primary Care Rep = Emma Gaskell Social Prescribing = Lauren White-Miller/Suzanne Stevenson Community Matron = Sandra Webb Team Manager ACS Social Care = Julie Chrisman GP Lead = Dr Godfrey Reynolds Engagement Lead: Dave Traher GP practices: • Market Cross Surgery – 01638 713109 • White House Surgery – 01638 718177 • Lakenheath Surgery – 01842 860400 • Reynard Surgery – 01638 552211 • Forest Surgery – 01842 810206 • Brandon Medical Practice – 01842 810388 Newmarket PCN Clinical Director = Dr Nick Rayner Locality Lead = Sandie Robinson Alliance Locality Coordinator = To be confirmed Transformation Rep = Chris Barlow & Tracey Morgan Team Lead = Jane Sharland District Council = Will Wright & Helen Lindfield Primary Care Rep = Rachel Seago Community Matron = Katherine Foxwell Engagement Lead: Lynne Bryne GP practices: • Orchard House Surgery – 01638 666887 • Oakfield Surgery – 01638 662018 • Rookery Medical Centre – 01638 665711 Sudbury PCN Clinical Directors = Dr Bahram Talebpour (Town), Dr Bob Morgan & Dr Christopher Browning (Rural) Locality Lead = Rob Kirkpatrick Alliance Locality Coordinator = Olivia Rigo Transformation Rep = Renu Mandal & Becky Turner Community Health Service Team = Jenny Mc. Crory District Council = Sue Calver (Babergh & Mid Suffolk) Suffolk County Council Localities & Partnerships = Rachel Metson Primary Care Rep = Rachel Seago Community Matron = Sheila Burns & Shelley Lee Team Manager ACS Social Care = Dawn Thompson (Interim) Engagement Lead: Isabel Cockayne (Interim) GP practices: • Guildhall Surgery, Clare – 01787 277523 • The Surgery, Glemsford – 01787 280484 • Hardwicke House Group Practice • Hardwicke House – 01787 370011 • Meadow Lane Surgery – 01787 310000 • Church Square Surgery – 01787 227529 • Stonehall Surgery – 01787 278999 • The Cornard Surgery – 01787 880337 • Long Melford and Lavenham Practice – 01787 378226 • Siam Surgery – 01787 886444 Bury Rural PCN Clinical Director = Dr Richard West & Dr Jude Chapman Locality Lead = Jane Harvey Alliance Locality Coordinator = Dan Pennock Transformation Rep = Sarah Hedges & Janet Watkins Community Health Service Team = Linda Griffiths District Council = Lauren White-Miller & Ellie Mc. Carthy Primary Care Rep = Lois Wreathall Community Matron = Alison Salmon Team Manager ACS Social Care = Jo Murray Engagement Lead: Dave Taylor, Paule Wise GP practices: • Botesdale Health Centre – 01379 898295 • Stanton Surgery – 01359 251192 • Ixworth Surgery – 01359 230252 • Wickhambrook Surgery – 01440 820140 • Woolpit Health Centre – 01359 240298 • Angel Hill Surgery – 01284 753008 • Guildhall Surgery • Bury – 01248 701601 • Barrow – 01284 812510 • Mount Farm Surgery – 01284 769643 • Swan Surgery – 01284 750011 • Victoria Surgery – 01284 725550 Bury Town PCN Clinical Director = Dr Mark Hunter Locality Lead = Helen Beck Alliance Locality Coordinator = To be confirmed Transformation Rep = Trisha Stevens & Nicole Smith Community Health Service Team = Vacant District Council = Lauren White-Miller & Ellie Mc. Carthy Primary Care Rep = Emma Gaskell Community Matron = Caroline Ryan Team Manager ACS Social Care = Teresa Cockette Engagement Lead: David Dawson GP practices: • Angel Hill Surgery – 01284 753008 • Guildhall Surgery • Bury – 01248 701601 • Barrow – 01284 812510 • Mount Farm Surgery – 01284 769643 • Swan Surgery – 01284 750011 • Victoria Surgery – 01284 725550 • Ixworth Surgery – 01359 230252 Haverhill PCN Clinical Director = Dr Firas Watfeh Locality Lead = Lois Wreathall Alliance Locality Coordinator = To be confirmed Transformation Rep = Martin Bate Community Health Service Team = Karen Line District Council = Lizzi Cocker Primary Care Rep = Lois Wreathall Social Prescribing = Lauren White-Miller/Suzanne Stevenson Community Matron = Rachel Godfrey Team Manager ACS Social Care = Gillian Leathers Engagement Lead: Margaret Marks, Mike Simpkin GP practices: • Haverhill Family Practice – 01440 702010 • Clements and Christmas Maltings Practice – 01440 840380 • Kedington Surgery – 01441 840380 • Wickhambrook Surgery – 01440 820140 • Guildhall Surgery – 01787 277523

The localities Ø Ø A geographical area, usually with a major West Suffolk town.

The localities Ø Ø A geographical area, usually with a major West Suffolk town. There are six localities, each of which has it’s own characteristics and health and wellbeing priorities, informed by the Place Based Needs Assessment for that locality. Ø The locality includes the INT with a number of health and care providers, GP surgeries etc. Ø Locality meetings are a way of getting organisations and people involved in health and wellbeing together to plan and co-ordinate activity and to share information Ø Some examples of who is in the locality include the police, children’s services, vcs partners, community groups and local residents.

Primary Care Networks Ø Collaborations of GP practices with a total population size of

Primary Care Networks Ø Collaborations of GP practices with a total population size of between 30 and 50, 000 patients. Although in West Suffolk we have one very big PCN (80, 000) and one much smaller one Ø (20, 000) Similar but not the same boundaries as the INTs, and we are taking a pragmatic approach to this in our planning and delivery of integrated care. Please note that this is a simplified representation of the PCN boundaries

Integrated Neighbourhood Teams Ø Integrated Neighbourhood Teams are a core element within each Locality

Integrated Neighbourhood Teams Ø Integrated Neighbourhood Teams are a core element within each Locality area and work across a defined group of GP practices (PCN’s). They are made up of health and social care staff, and will provide co-ordinated joined up care for people who need these services and proactive support for those most at risk of deteriorating health. Ø Eventually we want the members to be: GP Surgeries, PCN Clinical Lead, Community Health Teams, Social Care Team, NSFT Mental health Services, WSFT (or community hospital), serving a population of circa 50, 000 people registered with local GP practices. Ø INTs are being established in Haverhill, Bury Town, Bury Rural, Sudbury, Mildenhall and Brandon, and Lakenheath and Newmarket. There are strong links to specialist provision, and to the local and regional hospital networks, but the aim is to pull in more and more specialist support through the INT’s so that people can be supported to manage their health and care needs in their own homes, in their local community.

West Suffolk Alliance Governance – June 2019 #Team. West. Suffolk All about people and

West Suffolk Alliance Governance – June 2019 #Team. West. Suffolk All about people and places Health and Wellbeing Board Mental Health Board (county wide) Integrated Care System Board West Suffolk System Executive Group CYP Strategy Group (county wide) System Finance Committee Sudbury Locality Bury Rural Locality Alliance Steering Group Bury Town Locality ED Delivery Integrated Quality Group Newmarket Locality Programme Delivery Group Forest Heath Locality Haverhill Locality

What are the meetings? System Executive Group • Senior Leaders in the West Suffolk

What are the meetings? System Executive Group • Senior Leaders in the West Suffolk system • Set the alliance strategy and make decisions • Meets bi- monthly • Chair – Ed Garratt, Secretarial support – Theresa Cullum Steering Group • Senior “doers” in the alliance • Meets every month • Chair – Bernadette Lawrence, Secretarial support – Karen Ball Programme Delivery Group • Brings people together to look at a particular topic • Membership varies – but is a mix of front line managers, transformational leads and enabler leads • No fixed schedule for meetings • Chair – rotates, secretarial support – Vicki Marsh

Jigsaw – Edition 5 The next two slides include the Jigsaw. The Jigsaw is

Jigsaw – Edition 5 The next two slides include the Jigsaw. The Jigsaw is a bi-monthly alliance newsletter that circulates with the intention of sharing updates, news and examples of recent collaborative work within the alliance. Please share and print copies for any locality meetings or forums where you are discussing the Alliance.

Understanding our Lay & Elected Member Roles The following slides contain a brief summary

Understanding our Lay & Elected Member Roles The following slides contain a brief summary of lay and elected roles across the health and care system. Including: - Governors - Non Executive Directors - Councillors (County and District)

Governors in Hospitals and NHS Foundation Trusts: Ø There are two ‘types' of Governors;

Governors in Hospitals and NHS Foundation Trusts: Ø There are two ‘types' of Governors; those that are elected from the membership of a foundation trust, offering their time and support to the local health economy, and those Ø that are appointed as representatives of the organisations they serve. They bring their experience to support and advise the Trust’s Executive Directors and Non -Executive Directors and influence the strategic direction and governance of the trusts. Governors are key to bringing in the voice of the local community and ensuring that the planning and delivery of services is able to best meet the needs of the local community. The Council of Governors is responsible for appointing and evaluating the performance of Non-Executive Directors and the Chair. Governors are appointed for a three-year term by their respective constituency, i. e. the public and staff.

Non-Executive Directors and Lay Members: Ø They bring their experience to support and advise

Non-Executive Directors and Lay Members: Ø They bring their experience to support and advise the Trust’s Executive Directors and Non -Executive Directors (NEDs) work alongside Executive Directors and other non-executives as equal partners in the Boards of NHS trusts. NEDs are responsible for challenging and support the Board’s decision-making, priorities and strategy, as a part of their leadership responsibility to patients and the local community. The NEDs also provide independent advice and judgement around issues of performance, resources and vision as well as Ø looking for assurance around the financial and operational integrity of the trust. ‘Lay Member’ is the term used in a CCG for a non-executive director. Some have special areas of focus on governance, and others on patient and public involvement, but together they offer the same ‘critical friend’ to the executive team, offering support and challenge as needed.

Councillors: Ø Councillors set the strategic direction for the council. A councillor is a

Councillors: Ø Councillors set the strategic direction for the council. A councillor is a representative of the local community and its constituents, engaging and consulting with local interested parties around council decisions. Councillors undertake case work for constituents and advocate the resolution of disputes and grievances as well as representing the local community to the council and the council to the community. Communication into the council from the community as well as into the community is key to the role of councillors and their local knowledge is a critical part of the Ø Ø development and setting of strategic policies. A cabinet member of council in addition takes responsibility for a specific area of council business, within the cabinet structure, working closely with senior council officials to ensure progress and decision making in their key area. Councillors, both district and county, are elected by Suffolk residents and stand for four years. The County Council covers the whole of Suffolk County and is responsible for services such as: - Education - Highways - Transport planning - Passenger transport - Social Care - Libraries - Waste Disposal - Strategic Planning District Councils (East Suffolk Council, Ipswich Borough Council, West Suffolk Council and Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils) represent districts within the county, and are responsible for local services such as; - Housing - Leisure and recreation - Waste collection - Local tax collection - Planning applications - Environmental health

Useful links and info • West Suffolk Alliance Strategy can be found here (right

Useful links and info • West Suffolk Alliance Strategy can be found here (right click and select “open hyperlink”) • SNEE ICS website is here (right click and select “open hyperlink”). • Place based needs assessments for all six localities are now available here: https: //www. healthysuffolk. org. uk/jsna/pbna • Contact details for these slides – Jo. [email protected] nhs. uk and Victoria. [email protected] nhs. uk #Team. West. Suffolk All about people and places