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The Big Conversation

Our Big Conversation is about listening to you, the people in our communities, and understanding your views about health and care in north east London. It will help us focus on what matters to you and to work with you to improve what we do.

we regularly publish health intelligence

Health intelligence on our eight local authority areas

Our insights reports produced by the NHS North East London Insights and Intelligence team and by our eight local Healthwatch partners, aim to support an improved focus on population health across the integrated care system.

we have launched our interim integrated care strategy

We have launched our interim Integrated Care Strategy

Marie Gabriel (Chair, NHS North East London ICB and ICP) sets out our six crosscutting themes which are part of a radical new approach as we work with and for all the people of north east London to create meaningful improvements in health, wellbeing and equity.

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North east London has a growing population of over two million people and is a vibrant, diverse and distinctive area of London steeped in history and culture.

Across health and care we have long worked in partnership across a number of areas to make sure that the population of north east London are healthy and thriving, with good levels of mental wellbeing, and have good access to high quality health and care services.

North East London Health and Care Partnership is a formal alliance of partners with a role in improving the health and wellbeing of our residents. Together we set the overall strategy that will guide our collective work and hold the wider health and care system to account for how services are delivered in a more joined up way.


We work with and for all the people of north east London to create meaningful improvements in health, wellbeing and equity. We do this by bringing together health partners, local authorities and the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector, with residents, patients and service users to improve how we plan and deliver care and support services. 

To help guide our work, together we have agreed four priorities where we want to create measurable change. These are:

  1. Employment and workforce
  2. Long term conditions
  3. Children and young people
  4. Mental health