On 7 December the Leeds Health and Wellbeing Board and Leeds Health and Care Partnership are launching plans aimed at making Leeds a healthier city and tackling health inequalities.
The Leeds Health and Wellbeing Strategy sets a long term vision to tackling health and care inequalities, aiming to break the link between poverty and poor health. Informed by conversations with people and partners, this strategy reaffirms the vision for Leeds to be a ‘healthy and caring city for all ages, where people who are the poorest improve their health the fastest’.
The Healthy Leeds Plan unites partners, including the health and care system, outlining how collectively they will contribute to the delivery of city’s health and wellbeing ambition, by focussing on improving equitable access to services, delivering excellent experience, optimising outcomes, and ensuring best value from the Leeds pound.
Forum Central is committed to supporting the successful delivery of both and look forward to working with partners to achieve our bold ambitions #TeamLeeds.
Link to the Healthy Leeds Plan.