Strategies, policies and reports

Draft South West London five year forward plan for health

Download the draft SW London five year forward plan for health.

Kevin Davis, Leader of Kingston Council said:

"The South West London Sustainability Transformation Plan has been developed by a wide range of NHS partners with input from the six south-west London boroughs. It sets out how all health and social care providers must work together to integrate services and ultimately improve outcomes for residents.  

Plans are developed on a sub-regional basis and we have had input into this via Kingston CCG, which is responsible for liaising directly with NHS England. 

To ensure transparency, we have published the plan so that our residents have access to the same information as neighbouring boroughs. In the coming months, we will be working with our health partners to ensure they consult Kingston residents on the proposals."

Annual public health reports

One of the key roles of Public Health is to provide good quality information on the health needs of local people to assist local organisations in providing or commissioning services for local people. The information should also be made freely available to members of the public

Directors of Public Health are responsible for producing annual reports on the health of the local population which contain recommendations for improving health. In Kingston, a themed approach has been taken.

See Annual public health report.

Kingston Data Observatory

For an overview of health and wellbeing in the borough, the Kingston Data Observatory have produced health profiles with data from national statistics and surveys.

Health profile (adult)
Health profile (child)

Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

Another important information source is the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA), which is now co-produced with the Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). This consists of detailed documents that address a wide range of issues.

To find out more, see Joint Strategic Needs Assessment.

Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy

The Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy is a key document that will be used to prioritise and underpin the work of the Health and Wellbeing Board.

Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy

Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment

The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) is a key local tool which provides a detailed review of the needs for pharmaceutical services of the population of The Royal Borough of Kingston.

The council has now published its first PNA. To find out more, see Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment

Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy

The Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy, which runs from 2017 to 2021, focuses on prevention and early intervention, as well as ensuring that Kingston residents have access to high quality, joined up services. To find out more, see our Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy.