One Devon Partnership

The One Devon Partnership is a new committee that includes a range of organisations and groups who can influence people’s health, wellbeing and care.

Formally known as an Integrated Care Partnership, its primary aim is drive integration by producing a strategy to join-up services, reduce inequalities, and improve people’s wellbeing, outcomes and experiences.

All partners will be jointly accountable for delivering this strategy by:
  • Facilitating joint action to improve people’s health and care, and reduce inequalities
  • Influencing wider factors that affect health (like housing) to create healthier environments
  • Building a culture of collaboration to promote and support wellbeing, and involve people

The Partnership will work closely with the county’s three health and wellbeing boards in developing the strategy.

Chaired by Councillor James McInnes, the Partnership includes representatives from:
  • NHS Devon
  • Councils
  • Children’s services
  • Local care partnerships
  • Provider collaboratives (mental health and acute)
  • Primary care
  • Health inequalities
  • District councils
  • Healthwatch
  • Voluntary sector

The Partnership will also work with and involve a wide range of other partners and and sectors including primary care, carers, public health, housing and education.

ICP - June 2023