Northamptonshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan

​The Northamptonshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) sets out how health and social care in our county will change over the next 5 years.

The STP is a collaborative venture and in December 2016, Northamptonshire’s health and social care organisations published their 5 year plan to reshape and improve the way that care is delivered within the county.

Northamptonshire’s Sustainability and Transformation Plan 2016-2021: How we will Support Local People To Flourish summary document has been produced by Northamptonshire’s NHS and Northamptonshire County Council.

Healthwatch Northamptonshire, Voluntary Impact Northamptonshire, the new GP Federations, and other local organisations involved in providing care in the region have all inputted into the development of the proposed plan.

Bold plan

This is a bold plan, which explains how services will be reshaped to focus on keeping people well – and giving them the right help as close to home as possible.

This plan has been developed with doctors, other care professionals and members of the public. It is still work in progress and more detail will emerge as it takes shape. As this happens, there will be more opportunities for people to contribute and comment.

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