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Sheffield Accountable Care Partnership

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An accountable care partnership (ACP) is a group of organisations working in partnership to share responsibility for planning and delivering all health, care and wellbeing services and outcomes for a specific population.

About Sheffield ACP

  • Sheffield ACP is a partnership of health and social care services.
  • The organisations involved are NHS Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group, Primary Care Sheffield , Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, Sheffield City Council, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust  and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
  • It has been set up so that our organisations can work more closely together to bring about major changes in the way services are planned and delivered.
  • Some services are already jointly commissioned. Over time, the partnership will progress this way of working and work to a single, jointly-agreed plan.
  • The aim is to improve the health and wellbeing of Sheffield residents, reduce health inequalities and focus on ways to keep people healthy, preventing them from becoming unwell.
  • Our vision is: “Improving the health and wellbeing of Sheffield’s residents through the promotion of a health and wellbeing culture in all we do and the development and delivery of a world class health care system.” 


The first public meeting of the Accountable Care Partnership Board will be taking place on Tuesday 19 June at noon to 2pm, in the Boardroom at 722.

The agenda and papers can be found below:

Frequently Asked Questions

Read our ACP FAQs here.


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