The Black Country Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) is a statutory committee jointly formed between the NHS Integrated Care Board and the four councils in the Black Country. These ‘founding members’ have been meeting regularly and have extended their membership to bring together a broad alliance of partners concerned with improving the care, health, and wellbeing of the population. The sessions are held in a development style to come together and discuss the areas where we can work together locally to:

  • improve outcomes in population health and healthcare
  • tackle inequalities in outcomes, experience and access
  • enhance productivity and value for money
  • help the NHS support broader social and economic development

Integrated Care Strategy

The ICP has produced an integrated care strategy on how to meet the health and wellbeing needs of the population in the Black Country. The strategy which is available to download below, builds on and compliments the work of the Health and Wellbeing Boards in each area, but looks at the additionality that can be brought through system level working.

The Partnership will hold partners (including the ICB) to account for playing their part in delivering the strategy.

Our partnership committee

Our partnership committee meets every three months (quarterly) and core members are drawn from the Black Country ICB, local authorities, fire, and police.

Meeting dates and papers will be available here once the first meeting has been arranged.

Meet our partnership committee members

Integrated care committee

The committee meets in formal public sessions - see details of dates, times and papers in the table below.

Date of meeting Venue

Link to papers
(available following each meeting)

1 November 2023 To be confirmed Link to follow


Since our formation in July 2022, we've held five development forums to establish how our Integrated Care Partnership will work moving forward, and develop our strategy. Find notes from each committee below: