Lambeth Together is a partnership of the NHS, local authority, the voluntary sector and others, focused on improving health and wellbeing in Lambeth and reducing inequalities through an integrated health and care system.
We want Lambeth to be a place where health and social care outcomes are improved for all our communities, regardless of background or lived experience; a place where people can reach their potential, are valued, are safe from harm and have positive choices about their health and social care. We strongly celebrate our rich diversity and ensure our communities’ voices are actively heard. We focus our attention on improving equality, diversity and inclusion and to achieve this, we will come together as an integrated health and care system working as a single team with a single budget, delivering transformative health and care for all who need it in Lambeth.
Lambeth Together’s Delivery Alliances
We have prioritised three key areas where we will work together to improve health and wellbeing and the way that we plan and manage services. We call these our ‘Delivery Alliances’.
Our Alliances are responsible for bringing together partners and people with ‘lived experience’ to plan and manage programmes and projects that will join up services, improve health and address inequalities in health.
Baby Loss Awareness Week 2023 is a week-long event dedicated to increase support and awareness on pregnancy and infant loss. It provides a platform for individuals and families to share their experiences, raise awareness, and offer support to one another. During this week, various activities and initiatives are organized to promote open conversations about baby […]
Q: You were born in Kerela, at the very south western tip of India. Tell us about your journey to being a Waterloo GP and clinical lead in Lambeth primary care. George: Kerela is quite an interesting place as even when I was a child it had a 90% literacy rate which was unusual in […]
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 – […]