Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire

There are 14 partner organisations involved with the STP, serving a local population of over 920,630 people and covering 110 GP practices. 

For more information see their website 

 

Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes 

Twelve local NHS organisations and four local authorities in Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes are working together to develop the STP for the area, which are linked to five priorities that local partners have identified.

For more information see their website 

 

Coventry and Warwickshire

Coventry and Warwickshire's STP is based on achieving clinically and financially sustainable services, reducing the amount of people needing hospital care, alongside system and service changes.

For more information see their website

 

Frimley Health 

The Frimley Health and Care partnership covers a population of 750,000 residents through nine councils (county, borough and district). It sets out how social care and health services delivered by councils and health authorities will become a more integrated system fit for the future. 

The plan runs from 2016 to 2021 and builds on the work already taking place to transform health and care provision in the region.

For more information see their website  

 

Hampshire and Isle of Wight 

Health organisations and local authorities across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight have been working together to create a Sustainability and Transformation Plan. Over the coming months public engagement will start and we will be keeping everyone informed. 

For more information see their website 

Hertfordshire and West Essex

In Hertfordshire and west Essex, councils, health and ambulance services, GPs, patient representative groups and the voluntary and community sector have been asked by the NHS to produce an improvement plan for the next five years. 

For more information see their website 

 

Northamptonshire 

Northamptonshire’s Sustainability and Transformation Partnership's vision is to improve the health and wellbeing of all people in Northamptonshire and reduce health inequalities by enabling people to help themselves

For more information see their website 

 

North West London

Everyone living, working and visiting North West (NW) London should have the opportunity to be well and live well – to be able to enjoy being part of our capital city and the cultural and economic benefits it offers.

For more information see their website 

 

South West London 

The STP that has been published – the SWL Five Year Forward Plan – is a draft document that continues to develop as plans and proposals evolve through discussion.

For more information see their website