Oversight and Support System Organisations

Integrated Care System

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From the Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West (BOB) integrated care board


From NHS England

From the King’s fund
“Integrated care systems (ICSs) are partnerships that bring together providers and commissioners of NHS services across a geographical area with local authorities and other local partners to collectively plan health and care services to meet the needs of their population. The central aim of ICSs is to integrate care across different organisations and settings, joining up hospital and community-based services, physical and mental health, and health and social care.”
Integrated care systems explained: making sense of systems, places and neighbourhoods Integrated care systems explained | The King’s Fund

An introduction to Health Care in Buckinghamshire

From the Integrated Care Board Buckinghamshire Oxfordshire, and Berkshire West

Local health priorities

Local health and care organisations have set out their priorities in the planning and provision of health and care in Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West. Using this website you can better understand these priorities and how they might be achieved, see under

Have your say locally

public consultations, survey and engagement activities

Have your say locally on services provided by organisations in the Integrated Care System.

The Local ICB

From the Integrated Care Board Buckinghamshire Oxfordshire, and Berkshire West

The Local council

The local council publish activities from the council and local NHS services and were appropriate invites comment from local residents. This is your chance to influence what happens locally across a wide range of activities and organisations (including GP practices) which can affect your health. See in section ” Have your say locally” under

Your practice patient participation group

At a GP practice level your local patient participation group (PPG) can provide a communication channel between patients and the practice to support improvements in the service. For more information on PPGs and on how to find information on your practice PPG see under

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