Agenda and minutes

Health and Wellbeing Board
Monday 26 March 2018 10.00 am

Venue: Ground Floor Meeting Room G02C - 160 Tooley Street, London SE1 2QH. View directions

Contact: Everton Roberts 

Items
No. Item

1.

APOLOGIES

2.

CONFIRMATION OF VOTING MEMBERS

    Voting members of the committee to be confirmed at this point in the meeting.

    Minutes:

    Those listed as present were confirmed as the voting members for the meeting.

     

    The chair reported that Nick Moberly was no longer the Chief Executive of King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and expressed thanks on behalf of the board, for the work that Mr Moberly had done over the last 3 years as chief executive of the Trust.

3.

NOTIFICATION OF ANY ITEMS OF BUSINESS WHICH THE CHAIR DEEMS URGENT

    In special circumstances, an item of business may be added to an agenda within five clear days of the meeting.

    Minutes:

    The following late items were considered at the meeting:

     

    ·  Item 08 – Update from the CCG on their approach to Health and Place

    ·  Item 12 – Voluntary & Community Sector Strategy Progress Report and Action Plan 2017/18

4.

DISCLOSURE OF INTERESTS AND DISPENSATIONS

    Members of the committee to declare any interests and dispensation in respect of any item of business to be considered at this meeting.

    Minutes:

    Andrew Bland, Chief Officer, NHS Southwark reported that he was also the designated chief officer for Lewisham and Bromley CCGs and from 1 April he would also be the accountable officer for Bexley and Greenwich CCGs.

5.

MINUTES

6.

FEEDBACK FROM SOUTHWARK CONVERSATION

7.

ANNUAL PUBLIC HEALTH REPORT 2017

8.

UPDATE FROM THE CCG ON THEIR APPROACH TO HEALTH AND PLACE

    To note the partnership work with local people in Walworth which culminates in a specific development concept along the Walworth Road and endorse the general partnership approach which links CCG plans with the wider social regeneration agenda of the Council.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Ross Graves, Managing Director, NHS Southwark Clinical Commissioning Group introduced the report. 

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    1.  That the partnership work with local people in Walworth which culminates in a specific development concept along the Walworth Road be noted.

     

    2.  That the general partnership approach which links CCG plans with the wider social regeneration agenda of the Council be endorsed.

     

    3.  That relevant leads be nominated to work with the CCG to establish the process to link the CCG’s estates strategy refresh with the ongoing work on social regeneration.

     

    Action points

     

    ·  Report to come back to the board on practical ways of working which demonstrate partnership approach on development of a shared estate strategy.  Should not be a parallel process.  Should all be able to equally articulate what’s going to be necessary in the borough to support health services.  Shared clarity.

     

    ·  Specific answer to be provided to cabinet member for children and schools about Dulwich Hospital middle site / school site issue.

9.

FIVE YEAR FORWARD VIEW - INTEGRATED PLANNING AND DELIVERY GROUP PROGRESS AND NEXT STEPS

10.

FINAL DRAFT PHARMACEUTICAL NEEDS ASSESSMENT FOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING BOARD APPROVAL

11.

JOINT STRATEGIC NEEDS ASSESSMENT 2017-18 UPDATE AND WORK PROGRAMME 2018-19

12.

VOLUNTARY & COMMUNITY SECTOR STRATEGY PROGRESS REPORT & ACTION PLAN 2017/18