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What we do

  • Reducing health inequalities

    Reducing health inequalities and race disparities across our population and workforce is one of our main priorities.

  • Improving health and health services

    We work with our partners to improve the health of local people and to make sure you can access high quality healthcare in South West London.

  • Emergency response

    We’re responsible for planning for, responding to and leading recovery from emergency incidents.

  • Partnerships and joint working

    We play a local leadership role, bringing the NHS and partners together to improve services, work more efficiently and plan for the future.

  • Quality and safety

    We work with our partners to improve the quality and safety of your care and make sure all clinical standards are met in South West London.

  • Primary care and specialised services

    In the future we expect to assume responsibility for the commissioning of primary care and some specialised services.

  • Performance and finance

    We monitor standards and performance and are responsible for the NHS budget in South West London.

  • Looking after our people

    We want to make South West London a great place for staff to work, where we unite across organisational boundaries to treat patients.

  • Personal health budgets

    A personal health budget is an amount of money to support your health and wellbeing needs, which is planned and agreed between us and you, or your representative.

  • Funding requests

    Make an Individual funding request (IFR), or apply for NHS continuing healthcare or a personal health budget.

  • Our Green Plan

    Our Green Plan focuses on nine areas to help us achieve our ambition of a net-zero NHS in South West London.

  • Get involved

    If we propose significant changes to healthcare services in south west London, we’ll invite you to have your say. Your views will help us to improve our plans.

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