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Health on the High Street -
building a healthier future
Michael Wood
Head of Health Economic
Partnerships
NHS Confederatio...
LOCAL
GROWTH
STP/ICS
Local Growth and NHS/ICS – cost v investment?
The local growth agenda is about giving a place the
too...
A five-point plan for every system
https://www.nhsconfed.org/resources/2020/09/health-as-the-new-wealth
Health on the High Street
• Can we radically re-think which NHS services could be
more effectively and appropriately deliv...
For Government For the NHS For Local Authorities and
bodies such as LEPs
High Street Expert Panel 2.0
established in direc...
Life Rooms, Walton
• Refurbishment and reuse of a Carnegie public library as a Life Rooms - resources, learning and
optimi...
• One You Shop in Ashford established in shopping centre
• Joint NHS and local government development, with c500 visitors ...
New opportunities presenting themselves?
• Immediate focus on vaccinations, healthy places and service delivery
• A revita...
Can we influence the High Streets for All mission?
How can we realise this change?
• What experiences do we have of working across health and
local government on these issue...
Health on the High Street
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  1. 1. Health on the High Street - building a healthier future Michael Wood Head of Health Economic Partnerships NHS Confederation May 2021 @NHSLocalGrowth
  2. 2. LOCAL GROWTH STP/ICS Local Growth and NHS/ICS – cost v investment? The local growth agenda is about giving a place the tools to realise its potential, economically and socially RDAs scrapped and LEPs created New sub- regional collaborations Population health focus City, Local Growth, Town & Devo Deals Localisation of finance and powers Local Authorities as key partners
  3. 3. A five-point plan for every system https://www.nhsconfed.org/resources/2020/09/health-as-the-new-wealth
  4. 4. Health on the High Street • Can we radically re-think which NHS services could be more effectively and appropriately delivered in communities AND in ways that make our high streets more economically and socially sustainable and the services themselves more accessible? • Report focused on: • Where could NHS make an immediate impact • Health benefits of having a regenerated high street • Role of Local Government • Involving the community • What we need to drive positive change • Making sense of the funding https://www.nhsconfed.org/resources/2020/12/health-on- the-high-street
  5. 5. For Government For the NHS For Local Authorities and bodies such as LEPs High Street Expert Panel 2.0 established in direct response to the pandemic with health at its heart. NHS reset plans nationally and in ICSs should consider not just how health services are restored, but where. Public service delivery should be considered as alternative uses within revitalised high streets. Commitment to greater community power in regeneration and planning decisions. A presumption in NHS planning that siting services in communities is preferable to greenfield development. Local spatial plans should consider the need for health services but also the impact on health. Better alignment of funding landscape for repositioning high streets as healthy, multi- functional spaces. NHS Health Infrastructure Plan should have as key criteria the adoption of local approaches to social value. Health should be seen as a driver of local economic development as places recover from COVID. Government policy, planning and funding focused on town centre regeneration need to take into account impact on health and health services. ICSs and primary care networks should embed local economic development and the high street agenda in population health strategies. Consider promoting community owned SMEs that contribute positively to local economies and improve physical and mental health.
  6. 6. Life Rooms, Walton • Refurbishment and reuse of a Carnegie public library as a Life Rooms - resources, learning and optimism within the heart of community. • Design, management and operation of the Life Rooms co-produced with service users and other stakeholders. On the High Street: Mersey Care is using our buildings and spaces to support local communities Life Rooms at the Playhouse Theatre • Expanding our reach to expand our reach to marginalised and diverse communities living and working within the City Centre.
  7. 7. • One You Shop in Ashford established in shopping centre • Joint NHS and local government development, with c500 visitors a month prior to COVID-19 – ‘discuss our own health, on our own terms, in our own time’ • Originally focused on ‘lifestyle’ services, it has now extended to provide wider range of community services
  8. 8. New opportunities presenting themselves? • Immediate focus on vaccinations, healthy places and service delivery • A revitalised NHS agenda, including: Community Diagnostic Hubs, Cavell Centres and a revised Health Infrastructure Programme? • Intention to look at thematic role of health in government funding • #NHSAnchors exploring this concept
  9. 9. Can we influence the High Streets for All mission?
  10. 10. How can we realise this change? • What experiences do we have of working across health and local government on these issues and how can maximise any coming opportunities? • How could Health on the High Street be the building blocks of a wider understanding of the economic and social impact of health and care? • What is our role? @NHSLocalGrowth Michael.wood@nhsconfed.org

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