Our organisation is made up of 11 corporate directorates and 7 regions.
We have seven regions who support local systems to provide more joined up and sustainable care for patients.
Our regional teams are responsible for the quality, financial and operational performance of all NHS organisations in their region, drawing on the expertise and support of our corporate teams to improve services for patients and support local transformation. They also support the identity and development of sustainability and transformation partnerships and integrated care systems.
Each region has the same functional structure across the following teams. All of the functional directors in our regions have leadership roles to play nationally.
Commissioning teams will deliver direct commissioning and the commissioning of specialised services working to the new seven integrated regions.
Finance will lead on financial planning, financial performance management and efficiency programmes, local capital processes and will provide professional leadership for finance staff in the region.
Medical and Clinical Information will provide professional leadership for medical staff, support improvement programmes with clinical input, manage GP revalidation, lead on the digital agenda and lead on patient safety working jointly with the Nursing function.
Performance and Improvement will focus on managing the performance and driving improvement in individual organisations and local systems.
Public Health - The Director of Public Health, employed by Public Health England, will work as part of the senior management team to better integrate advice into commissioning, population health management and wider public health.
Strategy and Transformation will work with and provide support to local systems through a dual role of locality directors alongside managing the delivery of service transformation programmes. It will also ensure that all our support interventions into any local system are co-ordinated and aligned and will support local systems to mature into integrated care systems.
Workforce and Organisational Development will lead local strategic talent management, managing the local pool of high potential leaders and making the NHS a great place to work.