This is a partnership between Sheffield City Council, the NHS and a range of partners in the city that aims to deliver a single approach to improving the health & wellbeing of Sheffield residents.

Reflecting its status as a genuine partnership, chairing meetings is shared between the Council and the Clinical Commissioning Group (the organisations responsible for commissioning NHS services in Sheffield).

Board responsibility and board members

The Board is responsible for agreeing and publishing a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment. This looks at the health of Sheffield's population and includes a Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment to aid commissioning of pharmacy services and a Joint Health & Wellbeing Strategy, setting out how the Board aims to improve the health & wellbeing of Sheffield residents.

  • Councillor George Lindars-Hammond (Co-Chair) - SCC Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care
  • Dr Tim Moorhead (Co-Chair) - Chair of the CCG Governing Body and local GP
  • Councillor Jackie Drayton - SCC Cabinet Member for Children and Families
  • Councillor Paul Wood – SCC Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods and Community Safety
  • John Mothersole - SCC Chief Executive
  • Phil Holmes - SCC Director of Adult Social Services
  • Jayne Ludlam - SCC Executive Director of People Services
  • Laraine Manley – SCC Executive Director for Place
  • Dr Nikki Bates - GP and Member of the CCG Governing Body
  • Maddy Ruff - CCG Accountable Officer
  • Zak McMurray - CCG Medical Director
  • Nicki Doherty - CCG Director of Delivery Care Outside of Hospital
  • Alison Knowles - Locality Director NHS England
  • Becky Joyce – Sheffield Accountable Care Partnership Programme Director
  • Dr David Hughes - Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Medical Director
  • Jayne Brown - Chair, Sheffield Health & Social Care Trust
  • Clare Mappin - Managing Director, The Burton Street Foundation
  • Stuart Barton - Sheffield District Commander, South Yorkshire Police
  • Judy Robinson - Chair, Healthwatch Sheffield
  • Greg Fell - SCC Director of Public Health
  • Alison Metcalfe – Pro Vice Chancellor, Sheffield Hallam University

The current Strategy is due to expire at the end of 2018 and a refreshed version is currently under production.

The Board has 4 formal public meetings a year, which members of the public can attend and ask questions. 

The Board also has a number of Strategy Development sessions throughout the year which are open for members of the public to observe.