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The Derby and Derbyshire Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) is a group which brings together NHS, social care, and independent and third sector providers to agree the strategy and direction for the Integrated Care System as a whole.

Our Strategy

Integrated Care Systems are required by law to have a strategy that details how the health and care needs of residents of Derby and Derbyshire will be met.

Partnership member organisations

Organisations that commission and provide public health, social care and other public services:

Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Partners

NHS and other healthcare organisations:

Partnership representatives 

The ICP meets regularly and is attended by:

  • Tracy Allen, Chief Executive, Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust
  • Stephen Bateman, Chief Executive, DHU Health Care
  • Avi Bhatia, GP and Clinical Chair and Clinical and Professional Leadership Group Chair, NHS Derby and Derbyshire Integrated Care Board
  • Penny Blackwell, Place Partnerships Clinical Chair, NHS Derby and Derbyshire Integrated Care Board
  • Carol Cammiss, Director of Children’s Services, Derbyshire County Council
  • Chris Clayton, Chief Executive, NHS Derby and Derbyshire Integrated Care Board
  • Robyn Dewis, Director of Public Health, Derby City Council
  • Mary Dooley, Cabinet member for Enforcement and Partnerships, Bolsover District Council
  • Christine Durrant, Executive Director representing Chief Officer role, Chesterfield Borough Council
  • Wynne Garnett, Programme Lead, Derbyshire Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector Leadership Programme
  • Karen Hanson, Executive Director of Resources, Bolsover District Council
  • Kim Harper, CEO of Community Action Derby, Community Action Derby
  • Carol Hart, Councillor and Cabinet Member for Health and Communities, Derbyshire County Council
  • Helen Henderson-Spoors, Chief Executive Officer, Healthwatch Derbyshire
  • Ellie Houlston, Director of Public Health, Derbyshire County Council
  • Natalie Hoy, Council cabinet member for Adult Social Care and Health, Derbyshire County Council
  • William Legge, Director of Strategy and Transformation, East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
  • Jill Mannion-Brunt, Cabinet member for Health and Wellbeing, Chesterfield Borough Council
  • Alison Martin, Councillor and Council Cabinet member for Adult Social Care and Health, Derby City Council
  • James Moore, Chief Executive Officer, Healthwatch Derby
  • Andy Mott, Provider GP Leadership Board, NHS Derby and Derbyshire Integrated Care Board
  • Julie Patten, Council Cabinet member for Children and Young People, Derbyshire County Council
  • Chris Pienaar, Chief Executive Officer, Derbyshire Autism Services
  • Stephen Posey, Chief Executive, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust
  • Mark Powell, Chief Executive, Derbyshire Healthcare NHSFT
  • Drew Smith, Clinical Director, Derby City North Primary Care Network,
  • Andy Smith, Strategic Director of People Services, Derby City Council
  • Hal Spencer, Chief Executive Officer, Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Simon Stevens, Executive Director  of Adult Social Care, Derbyshire County Council
  • Sean Thornton, Deputy Director Communications and Engagement, NHS Derby and Derbyshire Integrated Care Board
  • Evonne Williams, Council cabinet member for Children and Young People, Derby City Council
  • Richard Wright, Acting Chair, NHS Derby and Derbyshire Integrated Care Board


The Integrated Care Partnership meets in public. Future meeting dates, supporting papers and minutes of previous meetings are are available on the Derby City Council  Democracy Portal.

Last Updated: Tuesday 19th December 2023 - 3:19:pm

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