Healthier Greenwich Partnership

Healthier Greenwich Partnership formally reports into the Greenwich Health and Wellbeing Board and brings together partners from the NHS, local council, social care, and the community and voluntary sector.

Healthier Greenwich Partnership’s aims include:

Improve health and care services to better meet local needs.

Empower people to take better care of their own health and reduce their dependency on services.

Provide support from health and care professionals who act as one team and work for organisations that behave as one system.

Improve performance of local services.

Reduce duplication. Enable more people to be cared for in the community.


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Key Partners

Organisations helping to change health and care in Greenwich for the better

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Integrated Care Board

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News, Stories & Events in Greenwich

Health Secretary sees University Hospital Lewisham’s innovative approaches to urge...

Health Secretary Steve Barclay saw how the local NHS is addressing unplanned hospital admissions and visits to emergency departments during a visit to University Hospital Lewisham last week. Ceri Jacob, Place Executive Lead for Lewisham at the NHS South East London Integrated Care Board, said: “I am pleased that the Health Secretary saw how the […]

16 Aug 2023
Clinicians are inspiring Greenwich youngsters to reach for the stars with an NHS c...

Dozens of primary care clinicians are volunteering in local secondary schools to provide healthy living advice and encourage young people to build a career in the NHS. It’s all part of the Health Ambassador programme which launched last autumn with 19 junior doctors speaking at seven of the borough’s secondary schools. Dr Eugenia Lee, the […]

11 Aug 2023
Infant feeding groups a great support for breastfeeding mums

Breastfeeding can have many health benefits for both mother and baby. These include protection for babies against ear and chest infections, stomach upsets, diarrhoea, asthma, eczema, allergies and even obesity. Breastfeeding mothers have been found to be less likely to develop some cancers and weak bones later in life. But we know that mothers – […]

01 Aug 2023