The Health and Wellbeing Board hold public meetings four times per year.
They work together to make improvements to the health and wellbeing of York residents.
- agrees the health and wellbeing priorities for the city
- works to address these priorities
- produces a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)
For further information about the Board, see:
- the Health and Wellbeing Board’s Induction information pack
- the Health and Wellbeing Board Terms of Reference
- an 'easy read' version of their Terms of Reference
Health and Wellbeing Board Strategy
Find out about the Health and Wellbeing Board's vision, aims and priorities for 2017 to 2022:
- Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy
- an 'easy read' version of the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy
See information about the Health and Wellbeing Board's mental health priorities:
Health and Wellbeing Board newsletters
Download Health and Wellbeing Board newsletters:
- Health and Wellbeing Board newsletter - autumn 2018
- Health and Wellbeing Board newsletter - summer 2018
- Conference report: 'Paradise found - how one place can work for everybody'
Health and Wellbeing Board Annual Report
Mental Health Partnership Annual Report
Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment
The Health and Wellbeing Board's Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA), 2018 to 2021 will be used to decide on new pharmacy applications over the next 3 years.
Supplementary statement on the one year extension of the Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment for York
In light of the resource demands linked to the Covid-19 pandemic, the York Health and Wellbeing Board has made the decision to postpone publishing the next York Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment by 12 months. The next York PNA will be published in March 2022. This decision is supported by the Department for Health and Social Care.
In practical terms, the life of the current PNA is extended by 12 months. During this time, the York Health and Wellbeing Board will continue to follow the usual protocol for issuing other supplementary statements in the case of closures, consolidation, or other significant changes to local pharmaceutical services.
Better Care Fund
The Better Care Fund (BCF) encourages health and social care integration.
The Fund helps local authorities and Clinical Commissioning Groups work together using pooled budgets and integrated spending plans.
Health and Wellbeing Boards are responsible for signing off BCF Plans - see the Better Care Fund Plan 2017 to 2019.
Statutory Boards in York
There are a number of statutory Boards in York, with their own strategies and priorities.
See the common objectives and approaches being taken across the city across these various Boards.