Surrey Health and Wellbeing - have your say
The Surrey Health & Wellbeing Board want the people of Surrey to live longer, healthier lives.
They believe that people should be supported to look after themselves and those they care for, and have access to services when they need them. And they want to deliver better health and wellbeing outcomes within their budget.
A new draft strategy describes how Surrey partners plan to work together with local communities to transform services to achieve these aims, and has three key priorities:
- Helping people in Surrey to lead healthy lives
- Supporting the emotional wellbeing of people in Surrey
- Supporting people in Surrey to fulfil their potential
The strategy focuses on a single set of agreed priorities for the county, in particular where the partnership can affect positive change. It is not meant to include everything, and therefore doesn’t cover sector specific, organisational or local plans although these will all need to be aligned to this overarching work.
The Surrey Health & Wellbeing Board are inviting you to have your input into the strategy via this online consultation which closes on 27 March.
The Surrey Health & Wellbeing Board is a partnership between the NHS and Surrey County Council and wider partners, including the voluntary and community sector and the police.