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Plans and policies for local healthcare

Royal Borough of Greenwich and NHS Greenwich CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group) have been working together to assess the health challenges in the borough and come up with a strategy to tackle these challenges.

Health and wellbeing strategy

The health and wellbeing strategy sets out high-level objectives and commitments for Royal Borough of Greenwich and commissioners of NHS services to improve health and wellbeing in the borough.

The priorities in the strategy are based on challenges identified in the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment.

Download the health and wellbeing strategy

Joint Strategic Needs Assessment 

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) aims to assess the health and well-being needs of residents, measure the progress of health programmes and identify health priorities.

It's jointly produced by NHS Greenwich Clinical Commissioning Group and the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

A new JSNA being created but this has been delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. New sections will be added in due course. If you have any questions in the meantime, please email jsna@royalgreenwich.gov.uk.

View the JSNA.

Greenwich Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment

The Greenwich Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment looks at pharmacy services in Greenwich and determines whether they meet the needs of the population and if there are or are likely to be any potential gaps in the services.

Download the Greenwich Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment