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Committee details

Health and Wellbeing Board

Purpose of committee

The Health and Wellbeing Board was introduced by the Health and Social Care Act 2012 which required that top tier authorities (i.e. Unitary and County Councils) establish a Board by 1 April 2013.


The statutory functions of the Board include:

·       To prepare a Joint Strategic Assessment (JSNA); a Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) and Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWS).

·       A duty to encourage integrated working between health and social care commissioners in connection with the provision of health and social care services;

·       A power to encourage close working between commissioners and health-related services and the board itself; and

·       A power to encourage close working between commissioners of health-related services and commissioners of health and social care services.


There are a number of principles underlying the functioning of the Health and Wellbeing Board.  These include:

·       Shared leadership of a strategic approach to the health and wellbeing of communities;

·       A commitment to drive real action and change to improve services and outcomes;

·       Parity between Board members in terms of their opportunity contribute to the Board’s deliberations, strategies and activities

·       Shared ownership of the Board by all its members and accountability to the communities it serves; and

·       Openness and transparency in the way that the Board carries out its work.




  • Cllr Richard Clewer  (Chair) 
  • Gina Sargeant   
  • Alan Mitchell   
  • Philip Wilkinson   
  • Cllr Laura Mayes   
  • Dr Nick Ware   
  • Dr Catrinel Wright   
  • Sarah Branton   
  • Fiona Slevin-Brown   
  • Claire Thompson   
  • Shirley-Ann Carvill   
  • Stephen Otter   
  • Sarah Cardy   
  • Margaret Arnold   
  • Andy Purbrick   
  • Dr Edward Rendell   
  • Cllr Ian Blair-Pilling   
  • Cllr Jane Davies   
  • Cllr Gordon King   
  • Kate Blackburn   
  • Terence Herbert (Non-Voting)    Chief Executive
  • Stacey Hunter   
  • Stephen Ladyman   
  • Kevin Mcnamara   
  • Alison Ryan   
  • Val Scrase   
  • Lucy Townsend   
  • Clare O'Farrell   
  • Emma Legg   
  • James Fortune   
  • Catherine Roper   
  • Laura Nicholas   
  • Marc House   

Contact information

Support officer: Max Hirst - Democratic Services Officer. Email: Max.Hirst@wiltshire.gov.uk

Email: Max.Hirst@wiltshire.gov.uk




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