Oxfordshire Place Based Partnership

The Oxfordshire Place Based Partnership (PBP) is a consultative forum for senior leaders of health and social care organisations in Oxfordshire. The PBP has been established since late 2022 and meets monthly. Core members include:

Name Role Organisation
Ansaf Azhar Director of Public Health Oxfordshire County Council
Veronica Barry Executive Director Healthwatch Oxfordshire
Dr Michelle Brennan Primary Care Lead Rep for South Primary Care Networks
Stephen Chandler Director People, Transformation & Performance Rep for City & District Councils
Caroline Green Chief Executive Officer Rep for City & District Councils
Daniel Leveson Place Director BOB ICB
Grant Macdonald Chief Executive Officer Oxford Health NHS FT
Dr Joe McManners Primary Care Lead Rep for City Primary Care Networks
Professor Meghana Pandit Chief Executive Officer Oxford University Hospitals NH FT
Laura Price Chief Executive Officer Oxfordshire Community and Voluntary Action
Dr Toby Quarterly Primary Care Lead Rep for North Primary Care Networks

Our purpose is to identify groups of people and parts of Oxfordshire’s population who will benefit from more joined-up care. We aim to do more to prevent illness and reduce inequalities and find new ways of delivering care by combining teams, assets and resources to deliver the best possible outcomes with the funding available. 

 The key priority populations that have been identified are:

  1. Children and young people, particularly those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
  2. Adults and Older Adults with mental illness and emotional wellbeing challenges.
  3. People with urgent care needs and health complexities.
  4. People with the greatest health inequalities.

The PBP routinely reports to the Oxfordshire Health and Wellbeing Board.

You can also keep up to date with progress via Place Director Dan Leveson’s blog

Oxfordshire Place Partners

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides Oxfordshire residents with hospital services and is made up of four hospitals John Radcliffe Hospital (which includes the Children's Hospital, West Wing, Eye Hospital, Heart Centre and Women's Centre), the Churchill Hospital and the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, all located in Oxford, and the Horton General Hospital in Banbury, north Oxfordshire. People in the south of the county also use services provided by the Royal Berkshire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust provides mental health services, Learning Disability services and community health services across the county. Its services are delivered at community bases, hospitals, clinics and people’s homes.

Oxfordshire has 54 GP practices and 21 Primary Care Networks across the county. PCNs are groups of GP working together with a range of local providers to offer more personalised and coordinated health and social care to their local populations.

Healthwatch Oxfordshire is your health and social care champion. It collects your opinions and experiences to inform and influence those who run your health and social care services. Healthwatch can also provide help and advice if you have a question about  local health services in your area. 

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Please note that a list of the BOB PCN's and Clinical Directors are available HERE.