Transforming Services Together
Transforming Services Together was established in September 2014 to improve the local health and social care economy in Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest – in line with the challenges of the NHS Five Year Forward View, local and regional plans and guidance. At its centre is partnership working between commissioners, hospitals, community and mental health providers and primary and social care.
The NHS in east London faces a huge challenge. In 15 years we will have an extra 270,000 residents – equivalent to another London borough. Many people receive excellent care, but some of our services need to improve. The health of our residents could be better too, with life expectancy in parts of east London worse than the England average. A whole-system, transformational change is needed.
We want to:
- help patients to be in control of their own health so they lead longer and healthier lives
- provide more co-ordinated health, social and mental health care in our communities
- improve hospital services and primary care services, including GPs
- ensure our budget is spent in the best way to provide a more sustainable health service
- address inequalities
Transforming services together news
Local people to benefit from new plans to improve maternity services
Residents urged to give views on suggested locations for GP practice hubs
Plans have been published in a Strategy and Investment Case, and between 29 February and 31 May 2016 comments were invited at a wide range of events and meetings. These responses to the proposals will be incorporated into an engagement report that will ensure people’s views are taken into consideration as we move to the implementation phase of the programme.
You can also still email with any comments or questions about TST.