About the Board
The Health and Wellbeing Board is a forum where key leaders from the health and care system work together to improve the health and wellbeing of their local population and reduce health inequalities.
The Board helps to give
communities a greater say in understanding and addressing their
local health and social care needs. To
find more detailed information about the
Board (and how it operates), see
Scheme of Delegation in the County Council’s Constitution.
To find a membership list of the Board, meetings and event information, go to the Board's Committee Details.
Our vision and plans
It is our vision that:
‘West Sussex is a great place in which to grow up, achieve, raise a family and grow old, in strong, safe and sustainable communities – it is a place where improved health and wellbeing is experienced by all our residents, and the health and wellbeing gap between communities is reducing.’
We work on a number of priorities and plans which supports this vision and are brought together in our Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWS). The Board is currently reviewing its JHWS and this is due for publication in April.
What else are we
Reducing the gap in health and wellbeing between communities.
Joining up health and care services
We welcome the public, professionals and other stakeholders to all of our meetings. These are held in a different location each time to make the meetings as accessible as possible.
If you would like to know more about the Board and the work it is carrying out or how you could get involved please contact:
Annual Public Health Report 2018
The Director of Public Health has a statutory duty to publish an independent Annual Public Health Report (APHR) that details the state of health within the local population. This year’s report outlines a joined-up approach to health and wellbeing across the public, voluntary and private sector to promote health and wellbeing and prevent ill health across West Sussex. The APHR is an essential part of the JSNA and feeds into the JHWS.
Support officer: Erica Keegan on 033 022 26050. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org