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Our vision is for everyone in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw to have the best possible start in life, with support to be healthy, and live well for longer.

£150 million invested in regional employment

Getting people with significant mental health problems back in to work tackles health inequalities and levels the playing field for people who want to return to work.

Over 50% of practices benefitted from funding

Over the last three years, GP Practices have received support to enable them to become better equipped to tackle the challenges they face whilst continuing to deliver high-quality care and support for patients.

18,000 members of the public involved in the ICS development

The ICS works with a wide range of people from all across the region to help develop our plans for future health and care services.

National recognition for engagement

Featured as an exemplary case study in recent national Healthwatch report

Regional stroke network to reduce disability and save lives

South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Integrated Stroke Delivery Network (ISDN) ensures patients receive the very best possible urgent stroke care regardless of where they live in the region.

135 trainee nurse associates introduced to workforce

Doncaster and Sheffield have benefitted from the trainee associates enabling them to support routine tasks - in doing so this better utilises the time of registered nurses to focus on patients with more complex needs.

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Organisations in bassetlaw
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Advice on health conditions and treatments

For information about symptoms, healthy living, medicines and how to get help please visit the NHS website

Additional advice for parents, carers and pregnant women on a number of common childhood illnesses is on our Healthier Together website