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National lockdown: Stay at home

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Partners across Staffordshire have a shared ambition to build a health and social care system that delivers improved outcomes for our communities in the most efficient and effective way possible. 
Our aim is to provide strategic leadership across the whole health care and social care sector, to make a real difference to the health and wellbeing of local people.

The Staffordshire HWBB has a number of ongoing responsibilities, including producing the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) and the Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA). The JSNA analyses and examines the current and future health and wellbeing needs of the local population and is used to inform and guide the commissioning of health, wellbeing and social care services. The PNA looks at the current provision of pharmaceutical services, makes an assessment to see if this meets current and future needs and identifies any potential gaps. The latest JSNA and PNA are available from the Staffordshire Observatory. Each Borough and District Council within staffordshire has produced an enhanced JSNA (eJSNA) to reflect how the JSNA will be implemented at a local level.

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Latest social care and health news

Tamworth Covid cases head in the right direction

Tamworth residents are being thanked by Tamworth Borough Council and Staffordshire County Council for their efforts in helping bring Covid cases down.
Date:
05 March 2021

Council is confident that Staffordshire residents will do the right thing

Health chiefs at the county council are confident that the people of Staffordshire will do the right thing and demonstrate caution as the first easing of lockdown rules come into place on Monday.
Date:
05 March 2021

Regular Covid Testing Encouraged as All Pupils Return to School

Teachers, parents and secondary school children are all being encouraged to get regularly tested for Covid, as schools open to all pupils next week.
Date:
03 March 2021

More businesses join rapid testing programme

Briggs Equipment are the latest business to successfully join the county's rapid testing programme.
Date:
02 March 2021

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