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Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships
‘Our aim is to use the next several years to make the biggest national move to integrated care of any major western country. This will take the form of Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships covering every area of England’
- Next Steps on the Five Year Forward View, March 2017
What are Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs)?
Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs) are responsible for planning and delivering care in England.
STPs were established to improve health and care services; to make sure that services are integrated, cost efficient and, most importantly, that they meet the needs of the local population.
Currently, there are 44 STPs and they are made up of the following:
Their first task was to develop STP plans for the next five years; up to year 2020 / 2021.
You can find out more information and watch a short film about STPs on the NHS England website (opens website).
What STPs are we involved in?
CNWL has taken an active part in STPs within the three localities where we are based:
- Board of directors