Rutland's Health and Wellbeing Board brings together local stakeholders to improve the health and wellbeing of people in Rutland.
Following the pandemic, local health and care organisations have worked with the public to produce a new Health and Wellbeing Strategy for 2022-27.
The aim of Rutland's strategy is safe, healthy and caring communities where people start well and thrive together through their life.
To deliver this, we will collectively focus on seven priorities across the whole life course:
- Best start for life
- Staying health and independent: prevention
- Living well with long term conditions and health ageing
- Ensuring equitable access to services for all Rutland residents
- Preparing for population growth and change
- Ensuring people are well supported in the last phase of their lives
- Cross-cutting themes - supporting good mental health, reducing health inequalities and COVID-19 recovery and readiness
The strategy is complemented by a delivery plan and communications and engagement plan.
The Health and Wellbeing Board will produce annual reports to summarise progress against the Joint Health Strategy's aims and priorities. The next will be in spring 2023, reporting on progress in 2022-23.
Health and support services
Health and Wellbeing Board partners are responsible for commissioning and providing services to support your health and wellbeing - find out more about these health and support services.
The Rutland Information Service is a separate website that provides a wide range of information on health and wellbeing, including where to get help and advice.