Surrey Heartlands is a partnership of health and care organisations working together – with staff, patients, their carers, families, and our citizens– to transform local services and support people to live healthier lives.
Together we are known as an ‘Integrated Care System’ (ICS) – partnerships where health organisations, the local authorities and others take a collective responsibility for improving the health of the local population, managing resources (including money), and making sure services are high quality.
We were one of the very first Integrated Care Systems in the country and bring together NHS organisations, the local authority, and other partners to take joint responsibility for improving the health of our local population.
When it comes to the health and wellbeing of our citizens, we have ambitious plans. We want the 1.1 million people who live in Surrey Heartlands to have the best opportunities to start well, live well and age well.
You can see how we’re making a real difference to people’s lives in our patient stories.