Our key partners for the East of England North Cancer Alliance can be found below, with links through to their sites. These partners include our three sustainable transformation partnerships and integrated care systems.

Norfolk and Waveney Integrated Care System

A partnership of local health and care organisations working together to improve the health, wellbeing and care of people living in Norfolk and Waveney.

The organisation includes local GP practices, hospitals, community care, social services and mental health teams; providing services to more than a million people.

By 2030 we predict the population of Norfolk and Waveney will have risen to 1,094,000 and the largest increase will be in the over 75s - in 2030 there will be over 57,000 more people aged 75 and over living locally compared with 2015. All of this means that how we look after ourselves, and how health and care services work together to care for people, also needs to change.

Find out more about the partnership's cancer services, support groups and further information (available here).

Suffolk and North East Essex Integrated Care System

The Integrated Care System works according to the local needs of people in Suffolk and North East Essex.

The partnership includes all NHS organisations within the system, local government, other health sector bodies, local hospices, ambulance service and other community and voluntary sector organisations. Leadership is drawn from across these local stakeholders.

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Integrated Care System

The NHS and local government officers have come together to develop plans to ensure that health and social care in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough is sustainable for the future.

The ICS covers hospital services, community healthcare, mental health, social care and GP services.