Cheshire East Place is a wonderful place to work and live.
Cheshire East Partnership, a group of public and voluntary sector organisations, is working to enable people to live well for longer; to live independently and to enjoy the place where they live
The Cheshire East Partnership Five Year Plan, which was developed with local community involvement, sets out what we want to do, why we want to do it and the difference we believe we can make to the health and wellbeing of local residents.
The aim of our five-year plan is to improve the health and wellbeing of local communities, enabling people to live longer and healthier lives.
We will do this by creating and delivering safe, integrated and sustainable services that meet people’s needs by the best use of all the assets and resources we have available to us.
The short video below explains about why we need to change and the difference we will make to local people
We have some clear goals that we are working collectively to deliver:-
Cheshire East Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) is delivering local services to people within the Cheshire East Place.
One of the key challenges is how to work differently and how to engage partners and colleagues differently and effectively across our local health and care system.
Cheshire East’s Place plan incorporates the requirements of the NHS Long Term Plan and details the footprint’s priorities for the next five years and how these will be achieved. Please see the Cheshire East Partnership website.
Lorraine O’Donnell is the Interim Lead Chief Executive for Cheshire East. To find out more about Lorraine and to connect with Cheshire East, please visit the Cheshire East Council website.