Integrated Care Board

The NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board (ICB) will be responsible for allocating NHS budget and commissions services. ICBs are a key change in the Health and Care Bill, and will replace Clinical Commissioning Groups. The current target date for these changes to come into effect is 1 July 2022.

The NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board Executive Management structure has now been confirmed:

  • Chief Executive Officer: Frances O’Callaghan
  • Chief Medical Officer: Dr Jo Sauvage
  • Chief Nursing Officer: Chris Caldwell
  • Chief Finance Officer: Phill Wells
  • Chief People Officer: Sarah Morgan
  • Chief Development and Population Health Officer: Sarah Mansuralli
  • Executive Director of Places: Sarah McDonnell-Davies
  • Executive Director of Corporate Affairs: Ian Porter
  • Executive Director of Performance and Transformation: Richard Dale

History

In April 2020 the five Clinical Commissioning Groups in North Central London (NCL CCGs) – Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington – merged to form one CCG in line with the NHS Long Term Plan. Alongside this, borough partnerships have been formed in each borough to support working at a ‘place’ level and we have 32 thriving primary care networks across the area.

Since becoming a single CCG, we have continued to work closely with Councils, providers, general practices, voluntary and community organisations, to respond to the pandemic. We have also continued to progress towards a more strategic approach to commissioning across NCL and within our borough partnerships through continued work on population health, health inequalities and strategic reviews of services.