Five Year Plan
It is three years since we published the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Sustainability and Transformation Plan. In that time we have made significant progress in delivering our ambitions and we are starting to make real and lasting positive changes to people’s lives across the region.
We have extended GP access at evenings and weekends, supported more than 3,000 people with long term physical and mental health conditions to find and stay in work as part of the Working Win programme led by the Sheffield City Region, invested more than £1million into maternity services and care, introduced new nursing roles and freed up GP appointments with the introduction of 825 care navigators.
We have started to break down organisational barriers so that we can wrap support, care and services around people as individuals and improve people’s lives. Each of our NHS partners has strengthened the way they work with other NHS organisations and with wider partners, such as local authorities and the voluntary sector.
As a System, we have joined forces where it makes sense to do so and where it makes a real difference to patients, staff and the public.
All this has put us in a strong position as we prepare to build on our successes and take forward our ambitions in our refreshed strategy for the next four years.
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.