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The Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) is an alliance of NHS, local government and other partners who work together to improve the care, health and wellbeing of the population, and sets the overarching strategy for health and care in Hampshire and Isle of Wight.

We are delighted to share the new Integrated Care Strategy for Hampshire and Isle of Wight. This strategy has been developed through the joint work and inputs of all partner organisations including health, local government, social care, fire and rescue services, the police, voluntary and community organisations, Healthwatch and members of the public. 

Our joint aim is to support local people in improving their health, happiness, wealth and wellbeing, particularly those that are most disadvantaged. We are committed to developing new ways of working and learning with our communities, so that together we can understand the needs of local people and respond to them in the best possible way. 

At the bottom of this page you will find the full thirty-page version, a shorter summary version and the strategy on a page. All of these are being tested with a group of members of the public, to advise us how to make our strategy materials highly readable and accessible. 

Our integrated care strategy describes a starting point for our work together. As partners we will continue to learn, evolve, and work together, to identify further opportunities for collaboration and to refresh our strategy accordingly. Meanwhile, partners’ own strategies and plans describe the focus of their work and priorities. 

How we developed this strategy

We used a wealth of data, including feedback and insight from our local communities, as well as existing local Health and Wellbeing Strategies and population needs assessments, to inform conversations across partner organisations and with local people to work out what our priorities should be. 

If you would like a hard copy of the strategy please contact us at


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