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Under the Health and Care Act 2022 (effective from 1st July 2022), the planning, arranging and managing of most local health care has been transferred from clinical commissioning groups to integrated care boards. This website will remain live for several months while archiving takes place, but it will not be updated. You may also be directed back this website temporarily where content has not yet been added to the integrated care board’s website. You will only be redirected to this site where the content remains the most up-to-date and correct version.

Visit for the integrated care board for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. Thank you for your patience whist we develop our new site.

Helping the people of Leicester to have long and healthy lives.

Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group

Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Integrated Care Board

Welcome to the interim page for the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Integrated Care Board (LLR ICB).

This is a temporary webpage to explain the new arrangements being introduced to create Integrated Care Systems (ICS).  ICSs are being introduced from the 1 July 2022 and a key part of this will be the replacement of CCGs with Integrated Care Boards (ICBs).

On 1 July we will have a new website for the ICS but in the meantime, we are providing you with brief details about the new organisation and papers for meetings.

Integrated Care systems (ICSs)

The Health and Care Act 2022 establishes 42 ICSs covering every part of England. The ICSs bring together NHS, local government, social care providers, charities, and voluntary, community and social enterprise partners to jointly plan and provide health and care services based on the needs of the people in their areas.

Each Integrated Care System will have two statutory elements, an Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) and Integrated Care Board (ICB).

  • An Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) – a statutory committee jointly formed between the NHS Integrated Care Board and all upper-tier local authorities that fall within the ICS area. The ICP will bring together a broad alliance of partners concerned with improving the care, health and wellbeing of the population, with membership determined locally. The ICP is responsible for producing an integrated care strategy on how to meet the health and wellbeing needs of the population in the ICS area.
  • An Integrated Care Board (ICB) – a statutory NHS organisation responsible for developing a plan for meeting the health needs of the population, managing the NHS budget and arranging for the provision of health services in the ICS area. From 1 July 2022 When ICBs are legally established on 1 July, Leicester City CCG, East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG and West Leicestershire CCG will be replaced by the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland ICB.

Our partners are

  • Leicestershire Partnership Trust
  • University Hospitals Leicester NHS Trust
  • Rutland County Council
  • Leicestershire County Council
  • Leicester City Council
  • 130 GP practices in LLR (grouped into 25 PCNs)
  • Voluntary and community sector

Our purpose

As partners we have a clear purpose: To work together for everyone in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland to have healthy, fulfilling lives.

Our principles

As a system, we have committed to working together with respect, trust and openness, to:

  • Ensure that everyone has equitable access and high-quality outcomes
  • Make decisions that enable great care
  • Make decisions and deliver services as locally as possible
  • Develop and deliver services in partnership with our citizens
  • Make the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland health and care system a great place to work and volunteer
  • Use our combined resources to deliver the very best value for money and to support the local economy and environment

Our Priorities

  1. Best start in life We will support you to have a healthy pregnancy, a safe environment, a nurturing and secure relationship with caregivers, good nutrition and healthcare, and support from birth to adulthood
  2. Staying healthy and well We will help you to live a healthy life, make healthy choices, within safe and strong communities, and maintain a healthy quality of life
  3. Living and supported well We will support you through your health and care needs to live independently and to actively participate in your care
  4. Dying well We will ensure you have a personalised, comfortable, and supported end of life with personalised support for your carers and families
Read A Bright Future: a brief introduction to the LLR Integrated Care System

Meet the ICB

The ICB Board is comprised of the senior leaders of all the health organisations in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. The Board has oversight of the whole health system, sets the strategic direction, and defines the outcomes the system should deliver.

The current designate board members are

Mr David Sissling ICB Independent Chair (designate)
Mr Andy Williams ICB Chief Executive (designate)
Ms Simone Jordan Non-Executive Director (designate)
Mr Darren Hickman Non-Executive Director (designate)
Ms Pauline Tagg Non-Executive Director (designate)
Prof Azhar Farooqi Non-Executive Director (designate)


ICB Meetings

The Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) NHS Integrated Care Board (ICB) will be statutorily established from 1 July 2022.

The LLR ICB meetings are held public.  This means members of the public are welcome to attend and observe the business of the meeting.  For now, these meetings will take place virtually.

Members of the public who have questions relating to items on the agenda are requested to submit these in writing in advance of the meeting by email:  Questions received after 12.00 midday on Thursday 30 June will not be considered.

ICB meetings held in public

The next meeting to be held in public of the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland NHS Integrated Care Board (ICB) will take place at 10.00am on Friday 1 July 2022.

The papers for this meeting can be found here.

A supplementary pack containing all papers comprising Paper A can be found here.

As we are not currently holding these meetings in person, the meeting will be held via MSTeams.  If you would like to join the meeting or submit a question in writing in advance please email: by 12.00 midday on Thursday 30 June 2022. Requests received after this time will not be processed due to the timescales involved.

Future ICB meetings

  • Thursday 14 July 2022
  • Thursday 11 August 2022
  • Thursday 8 September 2022
  • Thursday 13 October 2022
  • Thursday 10 November 2022
  • Thursday 8 December 2022

Past ICB meeting papers

  • Thursday 9 June 2022 ICB papers are found here
  • Thursday 12 May 2022 ICB papers are found here
  • Thursday 12 April 2022 ICB papers are found here.

Staying in touch 

Many people follow the CCGs on Facebook and Twitter and our other social media platforms.  As well as a new website, we will be setting up new social media accounts.  We want to keep in touch with you so please look out for the messages with details of our new social media accounts and please do follow us on our new accounts: we don’t want to lose touch with you.