The Cheshire and Merseyside Integrated Health and Care Partnership
The Integrated Care System (formerly the Health and Care Partnership) has set out how the health and care system can remain fit for the future and respond successfully to the growing demands that are being placed on it, alongside ambitious ideas to improve the health of people living and working in the region.
All local authorities and NHS providers in Cheshire and Merseyside are involved, with the Integrated Care Board and Integrated Care Partnership the forums that bring people together to plan and deliver improvement and change.
The shared core purpose is to ensure that the people of Cheshire and Merseyside become healthier than they are now and can continue to have access to safe, good quality and sustainable services.
The area covered by the Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership is the second largest in England. It covers nine local authorities, including Cheshire East Council with a combined population of over 2.5 million people.
Further information about the NHS Cheshire and Merseyside Integrated Care System.
Page last reviewed: 26 August 2022