The total population of North and mid Hampshire is in the region of 570,000 and expected to grow by 11% by 2023. All age groups are predicted to increase, with the largest increase forecast in the over 75s. We have a number of organisations responsible for delivering health and care for the local population (shown below). People in the area are most likely to use hospital services provided by Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and many of the primary care services have close links with this hospital.

 

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The boundaries of North and Mid Hampshire

 

Who is involved?

Our health and care services are provided by:

  • Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
  • South Central Ambulance Service
  • North Hampshire GP Federation
  • Primary Care (GP Practices and Primary Care Networks)
  • Hampshire County Council
  • Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council
  • East Hampshire District Council
  • Hart District Council
  • North Hampshire Urgent Care
  • Voluntary sector groups
  • North Hampshire CCG
  • West Hampshire CCG

We are working together to provide services that can care for people at locations as close to their home as possible, supporting them to manage long-term conditions and to live with dignity and independence at home and in the community. We do however know that we need to continue to invest in our hospital services so that patients are able to receive high quality hospital care when they need it.

HHFT vision and strategy
North Hants Transformation

What are the priorities for Hampshire Hospitals?