Health and Wellbeing Board

The board works with local people to identify the health and social care needs of the Camden community. Every board has a local Healthwatch representative. Together they develop: 

Who sits on the Camden health and wellbeing board? 

  • Councillor Georgia Gould, Leader of the Council (Chair)
  • Councillor Patricia Callaghan, Cabinet Member for a Healthy & Caring Camden and Deputy Leader
  • Councillor Angela Mason, Cabinet Member for Best Start for Children and Families
  • Martin Pratt, Executive Director, Supporting People, and Deputy Chief Executive
  • Julie Billett, Director of Public Health Camden and Islington
  • Dr Neel Gupta, Chair of the Camden CCG
  • Sarah Mansuralli, Chief Operating Officer, Camden CCG
  • Dr Philip Taylor, Camden CCG Member
  • Glenys Thornton, Camden CCG member
  • Matthew Parris, Director, Healthwatch Camden
  • Foyezur Miah, Camden Community Centres Network Representative and Chief Executive of Queen's Crescent Community Centre
  • Dr Henrietta Hughes, Deputy Head Primary Care Commissioning, NHS England

Annual Public Health Report 2019-20

Further information

For queries, or to suggest areas for needs assessment, contact us at PHASS@islington.gov.uk 

Health and Wellbeing Board Neighbourhood Assembly

In 2019 Camden’s Health and Wellbeing Board set out to develop a citizen-led neighbourhood approach to health and wellbeing.

A Neighbourhood Assembly of local residents was established in the west of the borough to examine the key issues around health and wellbeing then co-design and develop placed-based solutions with the Council and local partners.

This work is rooted in the context of both Camden 2025 and the NHS Long Term Plan, providing insights on how the Council and health partners can work in closer partnership with communities as we move towards a more integrated system of health and care.

The neighbourhood-based pilot was delivered by residents with support from Camden Council and FutureGov. A range of other local and community-based
organisations contributed to the process.

Relevant documents and links:

Camden Neighbourhood Assembly project write-up and toolkit. The main report captures the process and learning from the project. It is presented in two parts:

  1. The Camden Neighbourhood Assembly on Health and Wellbeing report – capturing this unique participation model and reflections on the process
  2. Community Engagement Toolkit - tips and learning to help teams to run a Neighbourhood Assembly and other participatory processes.

Camden Neighbourhood Assembly ideas roadmap – Presenting the final outputs, ideas and delivery plans designed by the Neighbourhood Assembly.

Video of co-design event – summer 2019 - watch this short video about the assembly's co-design event (two mins, 18 seconds)