Health and Social Care North Lanarkshire

The North Lanarkshire Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCNL) supports planning, commissioning and delivery of community health and social care services in North Lanarkshire.

HSCNL Services

Adult social care and support at home, in the community and residential care

Primary and community health services such as GPs; occupational and physiotherapy; community mental health services

Health improvement support on issues such as smoking cessation and weight management

HSCNL’s Commissioning Plan sets out the approach to providing these services which includes:

Tackling health inequalities

Prevention and early intervention

Person-centred support

Effective, safe, quality and timely care

HSCNL Partners

HSCNL involves staff working for North Lanarkshire Council, NHS Lanarkshire; community and voluntary sector CVS and independent (private) sector. Service users and carers are also actively involved.

Funding for HSCNL comes from North Lanarkshire Council and NHS Lanarkshire and HSCNL is led by a formal body called the Integrated Joint Board (IJB). Members of the IJB include:

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Staff from North Lanarkshire Council and NHS Lanarkshire who are voting members

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Representatives of service users and carers (non-voting)

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CVS representation through the CEO of VANL (non-voting).

HSCNL is also supported by a number of linked, complementary partnerships and initiatives, including:

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