Who is involved?
The Mid and South Essex Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) includes the main health and care organisations working with a network of 179 GP practices.
Each of the main organisations has a representative on our Partnership Board, which oversees several working groups to deliver our Partnership plan. There are also a number of advisory groups, which ensure expert input from professionals, patients and local people.
List of Partners in the STP
NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), which plan and buy your healthcare with funds from national Government
Basildon and Brentwood CCG
Castle Point and Rochford CCG
Mid Essex CCG
CCGs work closely with GPs, pharmacies, dentists, opticians, hospitals, community services, local authorities and voluntary services in your area.
Local authorities, which provide social care and plan and buy services from care agencies, care homes and voluntary services
Essex County Council
Southend-on-sea Borough Council
Organisations that provide health services planned by CCGs
Mid Essex, Southend and Basildon Hospitals, which are working together as the Mid and South Essex University Hospital Group.
East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Organisations that provide health and care services planned jointly by CCGs and local authorities
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, which provides community, adult mental health services and children’s inpatient mental health services
North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT), which provides community services and children’s community mental health services
Provide, which provides community and social care services
Other main partners
Your local independent watchdog bodies – Healthwatch Essex, Healthwatch Southend and Healthwatch Thurrock
NHS England Specialised Commissioning, which buys the most specialised services for the whole of the midlands and east region
Health Education England, which is responsible for the development of the NHS workforce
NHS England and NHS Improvement, the national regulators of the NHS