The Manchester Partnership
Board is a Committee or Sub-Committee of the NHS GM Integrated Care
Board (ICB), and brings together the senior leaders of the City
Council, NHS (primary, secondary and community and mental health
services) and the VCSE from across the city to exercise those
functions delegated to it by NHS GM.
Its role is to focus on shared priorities; those areas where, by
working together, we can improve the health and well-being of the
people of Manchester.
The purpose of Manchester
Partnership Board (MPB) is to:
Agree the shared priorities and strategic direction
for health and care and public health in Manchester.
Ensure integrated and aligned delivery across health
and care and public health.
Agree any resource allocation within the scope of
responsibility delegated to it by another party.
Ensure that all elements of Council and NHS services
are aligned with the agreed strategic direction.
Act as an interface with the GM Integrated Care
Board (ICB) and Integrated Care Partnership (ICP).
Manchester’s patients and
residents will be at the heart of the work of MPB.