What we do
The South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Integrated Care System is a group of NHS partners, with support from other statutory bodies in the region which joins forces where it makes sense to do so.
We aim to make a positive difference to patients, staff and the public through our transformational change projects, joining up of services and reducing health inequalities (such as preventable illness and death caused by smoking, alcohol and obesity) in our region.
Our main aim is to break down organisational barriers so that we can wrap support, care and services around people as individuals, and positively change lives.
The ICS has a population of 1.5 million patients living in five local ‘Places’ – Barnsley, Bassetlaw, Doncaster, Rotherham, and Sheffield
At a glance
- £3.9 billion total health and social care budget
- 72,000 members of staff
- 208 GP practices
- 36 neighbourhoods
- Six acute hospital and community trusts
- Six local authorities
- Five clinical commissioning groups
- Four care/mental health trusts